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Full title: Response to (related document(s): 287 Motion to Use Cash Collateral - Chapter 7 Trustee's Second Motion for Order Approving Stipulations for Use of Cash Collateral and Authorizing Use of Cash Collateral Pursuant To 11 U.S.C. § 363 and Federal Rule Of Bankruptcy Procedure 4001(b filed by Trustee Elissa Miller (TR)) Response by Secured Creditors Joseph Ruigomez, Jaime Ruigomez, and Kathleen Ruigomez, to Chapter 7 trustee's Second Motion For Order Approving Stipulation for Use of Cash Collateral Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §363 and Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 4001(b) and (d) Filed by Creditors Kathleen Ruigomez, Jaime Ruigomez, Joseph Ruigomez (Blumenfeld, Ori) (Entered: 04/02/2021)

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Facsimile: (818) 705-3777 7 Attorneys for Secured Creditors, Joseph Ruigomez, Jaime Ruigomez, and Kathleen Ruigomez 8 UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT 9 CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 10 LOS ANGELES DIVISION Attorneys for Secured Creditors, Joseph Ruigomez, Jaime Ruigomez, 17 and Kathleen Ruigomez 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Claimant, Jaime Ruigomez (“J.Ruigomez”, “Claimant”, and/or “Secured Creditor”) holds a secured claim against Girardi Keese (the “Debtor”) based upon a stipulated judgment for legal malpractice (among other claims) entered on April 20, 2020 (“Judgment”), in the Superior Court for the State of California, County of Los Angeles, bearing case number 19STCV22296 (“State Action”).1 Attached hereto as Exhibit “A”, is a true and correct copy of the Stipulation for Civil Judgment.On April 27, 2020, an Abstract of Judgment (“Abstract”) was issued by the court in the State Action in favor of the judgment creditor Claimant, and two other joint judgment creditors Joseph Ruigomez and Kathleen Ruigomez (collectively referred to as the “Ruigomez Family Creditors”), and against Debtor and joint judgment debtor Girardi, personally.Exhibit G SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT This Settlement Agreement (“Agreement”) is entered into by and between Jason M. Rund, the chapter 7 trustee (the “Trustee”) for the estate of Thomas Vincent Girardi (the “Debtor”), on the one hand, and Joseph Ruigomez, Kathleen Ruigomez and Jaime Ruigomez (“Ruigomez Creditors”), on the other hand.

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1 CRAIG G. MARGULIES (SBN 185925) Craig@MarguliesFaithLaw.com 2 JEREMY W. FAITH (SBN 190647) Jeremy@MarguliesFaithLaw.com 3 ORI S BLUMENFELD (SBN 259112) Ori@MarguliesFaithLaw.com 4 MARGULIES FAITH, LLP 16030 Ventura Blvd., Suite 470 5 Encino California 91436 Telephone: (818) 705-2777 6 Facsimile: (818) 705-3777 7 Attorneys for Secured Creditors, Joseph Ruigomez, Jaime Ruigomez, and Kathleen Ruigomez 8 UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT 9 CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA 10 LOS ANGELES DIVISION 11 In re Case No.: 2:20-bk-21022-BR 12 GIRARDI KEESE, Chapter: 7 13 14 Debtor. RESPONSE BY SECURED CREDITORS JOSEPH RUIGOMEZ, JAIME RUIGOMEZ, 15 AND KATHLEEN RUIGOMEZ, TO CHAPTE 7 TRUSTEE'S SECOND MOTION FOR 16 ORDER APPROVING STIPULATIONS FOR USE OF CASH COLLATERAL AND 17 AUTHORIZING USE OF CASH 18 COLLATERAL PURSUANT TO 11 U.S.C. § 363 AND FEDERAL RULE OF 19 BANKRUPTCY PROCEDURE 4001(b) AND (d) 20 Hearing Information: 21 Date: April 6, 2021 22 Time: 2:00 p.m. Place: Courtroom 1668 Via ZOOM 23 Roybal Federal Building 255 E. Temple Street 24 Los Angeles, CA 90012 25 2267

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TO THE HONORABLE BARRY RUSSELL, UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY JUDGE1 CHAPTER 7 TRUSTEE AND HER COUNSEL OF RECORD; AND ALL OTHER 2 PARTIES IN INTEREST: 3 Secured creditors, Joseph Ruigomez (“Joseph”), Jaime Ruigomez (“Jaime”), and4 Kathleen Ruigomez (“Kathleen”) (collectively, “Ruigomez Secured Creditors”)1 hereby 5 respectfully submit this Response to the “Second Motion for Order Approving 6 Stipulations for Use of Cash Collateral and Authorizing Use of Cash Collateral Pursuant7 to 11 U.S.C. Section 363 and Federal Rule of bankruptcy Procedure 4001(b) and (d)” 8 (Dkt. No. 287, the “Motion”), filed by Elisa D. Miller, Chapter 7 Trustee (the “Trustee”) in 9 the above-captioned chapter 7 case (the “Case”). 10 11 I. INTRODUCTION 12 13 The Ruigomez Creditors, as further described in detail below, were damaged in 14 excess of $11 Million against Girardi Keese (the “Debtor” and/or “GK”) and Thomas 15 Girardi (“Girardi”) for claims including but not limited to malpractice. GK and Girardi 16 failed to turnover millions of dollars of funds obtained by and for the benefit of the 17 Ruigomez Secured Creditors. The funds were originally recovered as a result of 18 damages sustained by the Ruigomez Secured Creditors against Pacific Gas & Electric 19 Company for the injuries Joseph suffered as a result of the horrific San Bruno Gas 20 Explosion (“Explosion”) which took place in 2010. At the time of the Explosion, Joseph 21 was only 19 years old and suffered severe burn injuries complicated by major inhalation22 injury. Instead of turning over the millions in damages recovered, GK and Girardi used 23 the Ruigomez Secured Creditors’ (settlement) funds improperly and illegally for their ow24 personal use. 25 26 27 1 No disrespect is meant by the use of the Ruigomez Secured Creditors’ first names, rather they are use

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The Ruigomez Secured Creditors are not insiders of the Debtor, but were merely 1 damaged in excess of $11 MM due to the Debtor’s and Girardi’s wrongful acts. Well 2 before the filing of the Case, and outside of the 90-day preference period in this Case, 3 the Ruigomez Secured Creditors obtained a Judgment (for malpractice among other 4 claims) in excess of $11 MM against Girardi and GK. The Judgment was perfected 5 against both real and personal property outside of the 90-day preference period. In fact6 Jason Rund, the chapter 7 trustee in the Girardi chapter 7 case has acknowledged the 7 Ruigomez Secured Creditors’ secured claims. The Trustee in the instant case filed a 8 response in opposition thereto. 9 The Ruigomez Secured Creditors, through counsel, have reached out to the 10 Trustee and her counsel in the instant case on several occasions to discuss the secure11 claims and inquired why the Trustee has not reached out to discuss any Stipulation (as 12 she has provided to other alleged secured creditors in the Case). To date, the Trustee 13 has not engaged in any respect in regard to the Ruigomez Secured Creditors’ secured 14 claims. The Ruigomez Secured Creditors have imminent and urgent needs for use of 15 the funds recovered against PG&E, and wrongfully withheld from them by GK and 16 Girardi. 17 Therefore, based upon the foregoing, and as further discussed below, the 18 Ruigomez Secured Creditors respectfully submit that they are not adequately protected 19 in the Case, and do not consent to the use of their cash collateral. 20 21 II. STATEMENT OF FACTS 22 a. Ruigomez Secured Creditors - Background 23 24 As background to this Court2, on or about the end of 2010, the Ruigomez Secure25 Creditors retained Girardi and the Debtor to represent them against Pacific Gas & 26 2 The below referenced facts are provided in the Declaration of Joseph Ruigomez in support of Secured 27 Creditors Joseph Ruigomez, Jaime Ruigomez, and Kathleen Ruigomez’s Response to Elissa D. Miller, Chapter 7 Trustee for the Bankruptcy Estate of Girardi Keese’s Statement Regarding Chapter 7 Trustee’s

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Electric Company for the injuries Joseph suffered as a result of the horrific San Bruno 1 Gas Explosion (“Explosion”) which took place on September 9, 2010. At the time of the 2 Explosion, Joseph was only 19 years old and suffered severe burn injuries complicated 3 by major inhalation injury. 4 The Explosion left Joseph comatose, with burns to over 90% of his body. He had5 third degree burns on his back and chest alone that took years to heal, if at all. Joseph’s6 girlfriend, Jessica Morales, who he intended to marry, was killed in the Explosion, and 7 his parents’ home, joint secured creditors Jaime and Kathleen, was incinerated. Joseph 8 was unable to attend his girlfriend’s funeral because he was lying unconscious on a 9 hospital bed during that time. 10 In spite of major advances in therapeutic strategies for the management of peopl11 with severe burns, the consequences of a severe burn are profound and result in 12 complex metabolic changes that can adversely affect every organ system. Management13 of an individual with a severe burn injury is a long-term process that addresses the local14 burn wounds as well as the systemic psychologic and social consequences of the injury. 15 After suffering severe burns to over 90% of his body, Joseph is currently sufferin16 from after-effects of his burns and other injuries, and as a result, requires regular skin-17 release surgeries. Joseph’s lung injuries from inhalation damage are severe and 18 chronic. 19 Joseph has undergone over 33 surgical procedures to date. Long term 20 management of burn patients requires a team effort for years after the initial injury. 21 Reducing chronic pain, management of post-traumatic stress, optimization of cosmetic 22 appearance are goals for the future. Frequent evaluation and prompt surgical 23 management of wound contracture not amenable or responsive to aggressive 24 rehabilitation continue. Joseph continues to require orthopedic and soft tissue care in 25 order to address ambulatory issues. Sensory loss due to nerve damage and full 26 27 bankruptcy case, before this Court, bearing case number 2:20-bk-21020-BR (“Girardi Bankruptcy Case”)

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thickness injury led to the impairment of his sweat glands. 1 Joseph has also been informed by his doctors that he needs psychological 2 support for managing re-immersion into society and adjusting to scarring and 3 disfigurement. He will also require therapeutic interventions in long term psychosocial 4 rehabilitation includes optimizing social function and adjustment therapies towards 5 depression, PTSD, and anxiety. 6 Joseph receives acupuncture regularly. He has difficulty walking, suffers from foo7 drop, his gait is off and his toe joint is causing major pain due to bone growth. Joseph 8 will need multiple surgeries in the near future on his toes, heel and foot. 9 The management of long-term functional limitations of burn scars and resultant 10 contractures are chronic conditions that require extended surveillance and follow 11 up Complications in burn injuries include systemic (multi organ failure and 12 complications). 13 Joseph needs periodic payments from the Debtor’s bankruptcy estate in order to 14 pay for those surgeries. 15 b. Ruigomez Secured Creditors’ Claims 16 Attached hereto as Exhibit “A”, is a true and correct copy of 1 of 3 Proofs of Clai17 filed in the Case, and it is incorporated herein by this reference.3 (See all filed Proofs of18 Claim Nos. 23-1, 24-1 and 25-1). In the Motion, the Trustee simply provides that claims19 are being reviewed. (See Motion, f.n. 6). Further, as stated above, the Trustee filed a 20 response in opposition to the 9019-settlement motion filed in the Girardi case by and 21 between the Ruigomez Secured Creditors and chapter 7 trustee Jason Rund to approve22 the Ruigomez Secured Creditors secured claims in full. (See the Girardi Bankruptcy 23 Case, Dkt. No. 138) 24 25 26 27 3

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III. ARGUMENT 1 a. Ruigomez Secured Creditors are Secured Creditors. 2 The Ruigomez Secured Creditors take issue with the Trustee’s continued misguided 3 position that the Ruigomez Secured Creditors’ status as secured creditors is only 4 “alleged.” (See Motion, p. 10:25) The Ruigomez Secured Creditors hold secured claims5 against the Debtor based upon a stipulated judgment for legal malpractice (among other6 claims) entered on April 20, 2020 (“Judgment”), in the Superior Court for the State of 7 California, County of Los Angeles, bearing case number 19STCV22296 (“State Action”). 8 On April 27, 2020, an Abstract of Judgment (“Abstract”) was issued by the court i9 the State Action in favor of the judgment creditors Ruigomez Creditors, and against 10 Debtor and joint judgment debtor Girardi, personally. On July 13, 2020, the Abstract wa11 recorded and filed in the Official Records of the Recorder’s Office in Los Angeles Count12 - Document No. 20200770269. 13 Additionally, on July 28, 2020, the Abstract was recorded and filed in the Official 14 Records of the Recorder’s Office in the following counties: 15 16 Riverside County – Document No. 2020-0337298; Monterey County – Document No. 2020037202; and 17 San Bernardino County – Document No. 2020-0258746 18 Pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure § 697.301(a), the above 19 referenced recordations thereby created a secured lien (or liens) on any and all of the 20 Debtor’s real property in those respective counties. 21 On May 7, 2020, the Ruigomez Secured Creditors filed an “Application and Orde22 for Appearance and Examination” (“ORAP”) in the State Action against Girardi, as the 23 person most knowledgeable for the Debtor (“PMK”). On May 20, 2020, Girardi, as PMK,24 was personally served with the ORAP. On July 9, 2020, the Ruigomez Secured 25 Creditors filed the Proof of Personal Service-Civil (“POS”) in the State Action. Pursuant 26 27

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to CCP § 708.110(d) - The judgment creditor shall personally serve a copy of the order 1 [ORAP] on the judgment debtor not less than 10 days before the date set for the 2 examination. Service shall be made in the manner specified in Section 415.10. Service 3 of the order [the ORAP] created a lien on the personal property of the judgment 4 debtor for a period of one year from the date of the entered order [ORAP] unless 5 extended or sooner terminated by the court. Emphasis added. 6 Lastly, On October 6, 2020, a Notice of Judgment Lien (“NJL”) was also filed with7 the California Secretary of State – Document No. U200027063225, thereby creating a 8 secured and perfected lien in favor of the judgment creditor Ruigomez Secured 9 Creditors, and against the Debtor and joint judgment debtor Girardi’s personal property. 10 Pursuant to CCP § 697.510(a), [“A judgment lien on personal property described in 11 Section 697.530 is created by filing a notice of judgment lien in the office of the 12 Secretary of State pursuant to this article.”]. See Ruigomez Secured Creditors claim 13 numbers 23-25 on the Debtor’s claims register, also as referenced in the Motion on pag14 11, footnote 6. 15 Further, on Schedule “D” in the Girardi Bankruptcy Case (Dkt. No. 140), the 16 Trustee in the Girardi Bankruptcy Case listed the Ruigomez Creditors’ claims as secure17 by “All assets” of the Debtor and Girardi [See, Dkt. No. 140 in the Girardi Bankruptcy 18 Case].5 19 The Motion provides that, “the Trustee has been working to protect the interests 20 of the Debtor's clients ….” (Motion, p.2:16-20). However, as provided above and in the 21 Motion, the Trustee has not reached out to protect the Ruigomez Secured Creditors. 22 The Trustee appears to be communicating with other financial institutions claiming to be23 secured, but not the Ruigomez Secured Creditors who were significantly damaged by 24 25 5 The Ruigomez Secured Creditors assert on information and belief that Girardi is the sole proprietor of 26 GK, and that the GK tax returns state that Girardi is the 100% owner of GK. Separate tax identification numbers is not tantamount separate entities having been established. Further, according to the Internal 27 Revenue Service website, anytime the sole proprietor hires an employee(s), the sole proprietor will need an EIN for the business and cannot use his or her social security number. See

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GK and Girardi. 1 The Motion further provides, “Since the First Cash Collateral Motion, the Trustee 2 has continued discussions with the consensual lenders alleging to hold secured claims. 3 Recently, the Trustee has entered into cash collateral stipulations with California 4 Attorney Lending II ("CAL II"), Stillwell Madison, LLC ("Stillwell"), Virage SPV 1, LLC 5 ("Virage"), and Nano Banc ("Nano"). As set forth in the respective stipulations attached 6 hereto as Exhibits "2," "3," "4," and "5," these parties will receive replacement liens in th7 cash collateral with the same validity, priority, scope or extent against the Debtor's 8 assets as of the petition date, and solely to the extent that the use of cash collateral 9 results in diminution of value.” (Motion, p.3:13-21). Again, the Trustee has not sought to10 communicate with the Ruigomez Secured Creditors or their counsel about any requeste11 consent to the Motion, any Stipulation or otherwise as she continues to not acknowledg12 the Ruigomez Secured Creditors as the secured claims. The Ruigomez Secured 13 Creditors have reached out to the Trustee and her counsel and continuously advised 14 that the Ruigomez Secured Creditors need to be protected and treated as the secured 15 creditors that they are. From the statements in the Motion, it is clear the Trustee has 16 reached out to other financial institutions to both acknowledge their secured claims and 17 offer various benefits under the stipulations which the Trustee seeks approval of in the 18 Motion. 19 Therefore, as provided above, the Ruigomez Secured Creditors are in fact 20 secured on all real and personal property of the Debtor. And, similar to the Girardi 21 Bankruptcy Case wherein the chapter 7 trustee and his counsel have in fact 22 acknowledged the secured claims, the Ruigomez Secured Creditors must be protected 23 and treated as secured creditors in the instant Debtor’s case. 24 b. Ruigomez Secured Creditors Object to the Relief Requested 25 Ruigomez Secured Creditors object to Debtor’s application for use of cash 26 collateral because it fails to provide adequate protection, in the form of monthly 27

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creditors, including the Ruigomez Secured Creditors, and proposes only to grant 1 substitute liens on post-petition property, without identifying what property, if any, such 2 liens might attach to, additional to the existing assets already subject to lien.6 See 11 3 U.S.C. §363(c)(2), (p)(1). Further, as stated above, Joseph requires multiple surgeries 4 for the foreseeable future, and requires cash payments immediately. 5 c. The Ruigomez Secured Creditors Do Not Consent to Cash 6 Collateral Use, and, to the Extent that Cash Collateral Use is Authorized by Court Order, the Ruigomez Secured Creditors 7 Demand Adequate Protection. 8 Section 363(c)(2) of the Bankruptcy Code provides that: 9 (2) The trustee may not use, sell, or lease cash collateral under paragraph (1) of this 10 subsection unless— (A) each entity that has an interest in such cash collateral 11 consents; or (B) the court, after notice and a hearing, authorizes such 12 use, sale, or lease in accordance with the provisions of this section. 13 14 11 U.S.C. § 362(c)(2). 15 Additionally, section 363(e) provides that the Court shall prohibit or condition the 16 use of cash collateral as is necessary to provide adequate protection upon request of a17 entity with an interest in the debtor's property. 11 U.S.C. § 363(e). Adequate protection i18 a flexible concept, which includes, in pertinent part, periodic cash payments, additional 19 or replacement liens, or other relief other than providing an administrative expense 20 claim. See 11 U.S.C. § 361. 21 The Motion provides, “Thus, because these parties have consented, the Trustee 22 is authorized to [use] cash collateral. As to the other alleged lienholders that have 23 not expressly consented, the use of cash collateral should be authorized because24 their interests will be adequately protected.” (Motion, p.3:21-24). The Ruigomez 25 Secured Creditors have not consented at this time and assert that they are not 26 adequately protected. 27 6 Interestingly, the Trustee has entered into multiple stipulations with the “alleged” secured creditors, both

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The Trustee asserts that the Ruigomez Secured Creditors, among others, are 1 adequately protected because the Trustee generally is using the cash collateral to 2 protect the Estate’s interests in various cases in which the Estate has quantum meruit 3 claims. (Motion, p.14:9-13). This assertion is unsupported by evidence or any specificit4 To the extent that the Estate demonstrates that it, in fact, needs to use cash collateral, 5 the Estate and the Trustee must demonstrate that the Ruigomez Secured Creditors are 6 adequately protected. 11 U.S.C. § 363(p)(1). Given the extraordinary circumstances of 7 this case, including the pre-petition fraud of GK and Girardi, the Ruigomez Secured 8 Creditors would ask that any grant of use of cash collateral be conditioned upon the 9 Ruigomez Secured Creditors receiving adequate protection in the form of: 10  Compliance by the Estate and the Trustee with the Ruigomez Secured 11 Creditors’ demand under Federal Rule of Evidence 1006 as to all 12 underlying documents and records pertaining to the Budget being delivere13 to Ruigomez Secured Creditors’ counsel as may be requested; 14  Periodic cash payments in an amount not less than the monthly interest 15 (i.e., 10% annually on the $11 MM Judgment) accruing on the Ruigomez 16 Secured Creditors’ secured claims; 17  Replacement liens on and security interests in all of the Debtor’s tangible 18 and intangible property pre-petition and post-petition property as of the 19 petition date with the same validity and priority the Ruigomez Secured 20 Creditors had in the Debtor’s Collateral pre-petition. Ruigomez Secured 21 Creditors should not be required to file or record financing statements, 22 mortgages, notice of lien, or similar instruments in any jurisdiction or take 23 any other action in order to validate and perfect the security interests; and 24  Other adequate protection as the Court may deem appropriate. 25 Additionally, the Motion provides other relief to those alleged secured creditors 26 that signed a stipulation with the Trustee (as follows), but not offered to the Ruigomez 27

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cash collateral, the alleged secured creditor will receive… 1  a postpetition replacement lien for its asserted secured claim against the Debtor'2 assets with the same validity, priority, scope and extent as any lien(s) held by th3 alleged secured creditor as of the involuntary petition date solely to the extent 4 that the use of cash collateral results in the diminution of the alleged secured 5 creditor's prepetition lien; 6  The alleged secured creditor is not required to file any financing statement, 7 notice, lien or other similar instrument in any jurisdiction, or take any other action8 to perfect its replacement lien, and the replacement lien is automatically 9 perfected upon approval of the Stipulations; 10  The replacement lien shall not encumber or otherwise attach to any causes of 11 action under chapter 5 of the Bankruptcy Code or any proceeds of such causes 12 of action; 13  All rights and arguments of the Trustee, on behalf of the Estate, to challenge or 14 dispute the validity, priority, scope or extent of the security interests asserted by 15 the alleged secured creditor, including without limitation, in the Debtor's post-16 petition receipts and cash, or that the use of cash collateral has resulted in the 17 diminution of the value of the alleged secured creditor's prepetition liens, are 18 preserved… 19  Upon reasonable request and subject to appropriate confidentiality provisions, 20 the Trustee will provide her Form 2 Cash Receipts and Disbursements Record; 21  The Trustee is authorized to use cash collateral until June 30, 2021 unless 22 extended with the alleged secured creditor's consent or Bankruptcy Court order; 23 and 24  The Trustee's authorization to use cash collateral of the alleged secured creditor25 automatically expires if the Trustee files any document or pleading challenging 26 the validity, priority, scope or extent of the alleged secured creditor's prepetition liens…”27

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benefits offered to other alleged secured financial institutions. 1 IV. The Ruigomez Secured Creditors are Entitled to Immediate Access t2 the Writings Which Form the Basis of the Debtor’s Cash Collateral 3 Budget. 4 Federal Rules of Evidence ("FRE") 1006 provides: 5 The proponent may use a summary, chart, or calculation to prove the content of 6 voluminous writings, recordings, or photographs that cannot be conveniently examined 7 in court. The proponent must make the originals or duplicates available for examination 8 or copying, or both, by other parties at a reasonable time and place. And the court may 9 order the proponent to produce them in court FRE 1006. 10 Here, the Trustee’s cash collateral Budget, attached to the Motion as Exhibit “1” 11 ("Budget") constitutes a summary, chart, and/or calculations of financial writings, 12 recordings, or photographs, which are being offered to prove content, within the ambit of13 FRE 1006. Accordingly, the Ruigomez Secured Creditors are entitled (upon its request) 14 to access, for inspection and copying, to the originals and/or duplicates of all writings 15 including documents, financials, Excel spreadsheets, and all supporting schedules, 16 used to form the basis for the formulas, assumptions, and other information contained in17 the Budget, in accordance with FRE 1006. 18 a. Reservation of Rights. 19 Notwithstanding anything stated or omitted hereinabove, the Ruigomez Secured 20 Creditors hereby reserve any and all rights, claims, causes of action, claims for relief, 21 and defenses with respect to their secured claims against the instant bankruptcy Case. 22 Such claims include the issues raised above and are not limited to relief that the present23 GK Debtor and the Girardi Debtor are one and the same legal entity. 24 25 26 27

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V. CONCLUSION 1 2 Based upon the foregoing, the Ruigomez Secured Creditors respectfully request 3 that this Court deny the requested relief in the Motion for use of the Ruigomez Secured 4 Creditors’ cash collateral; and to the extent the Court allows such use, then grant 5 adequate protection to the Ruigomez Secured Creditors as requested, including but not 6 limited to period cash payments as such funds are urgently needed by the Ruigomez 7 Secured Creditors, replacement liens, and access to books and records. The Ruigome8 Secured Creditors further demand that they be granted access to all of the writings 9 which form the basis of the Budget pursuant to FRE 1006; and granting such other and 10 further relief as is just and proper. 11 12 DATED: April 2, 2021 MARGULIES FAITH, LLP 13 14 By: /s/ Ori S. Blumenfeld . Ori S. Blumenfeld 15 Craig G. Margulies Jeremey W. Faith 16 Attorneys for Secured Creditors, Joseph Ruigomez, Jaime Ruigomez, 17 and Kathleen Ruigomez 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27

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Exhibit A

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Girardi Keese Debtor 1 __________________________________________________________________ Debtor 2 ________________________________________________________________ (Spouse, if filing) United States Bankruptcy Court for the: C__e_n_tr_a_l_D_is_t_ri cDtisotrficCt aofl i_fo_r_n_ia______ 2:20-bk-21022-BR Case number ___________________________________________ (cid:50)(cid:73)(cid:73)(cid:76)(cid:70)(cid:76)(cid:68)(cid:79)(cid:3)(cid:41)(cid:82)(cid:85)(cid:80) 410 Proof of Claim (cid:19)(cid:23)/1(cid:28) Read the instructions before filling out this form. This form is for making a claim for payment in a bankruptcy case. Do not use this form to make a request for payment of an administrative expense. Make such a request according to 11 U.S.C. § 503. Filers must leave out or redact information that is entitled to privacy on this form or on any attached documents. Attach redacted copies of any documents that support the claim, such as promissory notes, purchase orders, invoices, itemized statements of running accounts, contracts, judgments, mortgages, and security agreements. Do not send original documents; they may be destroyed after scanning. If the documents are not available, explain in an attachment. A person who files a fraudulent claim could be fined up to $500,000, imprisoned for up to 5 years, or both. 18 U.S.C. §§ 152, 157, and 3571. Fill in all the information about the claim as of the date the case was filed. That date is on the notice of bankruptcy (Form 309) that you received. Part 1: Identify the Claim 1. Who is the current creditor? J_a_i_m__e__R__u_i_g_o__m__e_z__________________________________________________________________________________________ Name of the current creditor (the person or entity to be paid for this claim) Other names the creditor used with the debtor ________________________________________________________________________ 2. Has this claim been (cid:137)✔No acquired from someone else? (cid:137) Yes. From whom? ______________________________________________________________________________________________________3. Where should notices Where should notices to the creditor be sent? Where should payments to the creditor be sent? (if and payments to the different) creditor be sent? Margulies Faith,LLPc/o Craig. G.Margulies Abir, CohenTrayzon,Salo,LLPc/o BorisTreyzon_____________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ Federal Rule of Name Name Bankruptcy Procedure (FRBP) 2002(g) 1__6_0__3_0__V__e_n__tu__r_a__B_l_v_d__.,__S__te__._4__7_0_____________________ 1__6_0__0_1__V__e_n__t_u_r_a__B__lv_d__.,__S__u_i_te__2__0_0____________________ Number Street Number Street Encino CA 91436 Encino CA 91436 ______________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________ City State ZIP Code City State ZIPCode 818-705-2777 833.228.7529 Contact phone ________________________ Contact phone ________________________ Contact email C_ra__ig_@___M__a_r_g_u_l_ie_s_F__a_i_th_L__a_w .com Contact email bt_r_e_y_z_o__n_@__a_c_t_s_l_a_w__.c_o__m___ Uniform claim identifier for electronic payments in chapter 13 (if you use one): __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ ✔ 4. Does this claim amend (cid:137) No one already filed? (cid:137) Yes. Claim number on court claims registry (if known) ________ Filed on ________________________ MM / DD / YYYY ✔ 5. Do you know if anyone (cid:137) No else has filed a proof (cid:137) Yes. Who made the earlier filing? _____________________________of claim for this claim?

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Part 2: Give Information About the Claim as of the Date the Case Was Filed ✔ 6. Do you have any number (cid:137)No you use to identify the (cid:137)Yes. Last 4 digits of the debtor’s account or any number you use to identify the debtor: ____ ____ ____ ____debtor? 7. How much is the claim? $_______________1__1_,7__4_7_,_2_4_5__.9_5_. Does this amount include interest or other charges? (cid:137) No ✔ (cid:137) Yes. Attach statement itemizing interest, fees, expenses, or othercharges required by Bankruptcy Rule 3001(c)(2)(A). 8. What is the basis of the Examples: Goods sold, money loaned, lease, services performed, personal injury or wrongful death, or credit card. claim? Attach redacted copies of any documents supporting the claim required by Bankruptcy Rule 3001(c). Limit disclosing information that is entitled to privacy, such as health care information. Judgment forLegal Malpractice, L.A.S.C.Case#19STCV22296 ______________________________________________________________________________ 9. Is all or part of the claim (cid:137)No ✔ secured? (cid:137)Yes. The claim is secured by a lien on property. Nature of property: (cid:137)✔ Real estate. If the claim is secured by the debtor’s principal residence, file a Mortgage Proof of ClaimAttachment (Official Form 410-A) with this Proof of Claim. (cid:137) Motor vehicle (cid:137)✔ Other. Describe: A__n_y__a_n_d__a__ll_p_e__rs_o__n_a_l_p__ro__p_e_r_t_y________________________________ Seeattached Explanation Basis for perfection: _____________________________________________________________ Attach redacted copies of documents, if any, that show evidence of perfection of a security interest (for example, a mortgage, lien, certificate of title, financing statement, or other document that shows the lien has been filed or recorded.) Value of property: $______________T_B__D_ Amount of the claim that is secured: $____1__1_,7__4_7_,_2_4_5__.9_5_ 0 Amount of the claim that is unsecured: $__________________ (The sum of the secured and unsecured amounts should match the amount in line 7.) Amount necessary to cure any default as of the date of the petition: $____________________ 10 Annual Interest Rate (when case was filed) _______% ✔ (cid:137) Fixed (cid:137) Variable ✔ 10.Is this claim based on a (cid:137)No lease? (cid:137)Yes. Amount necessary to cure any default as of the date of the petition. $____________________ ✔ 11.Is this claim subject to a (cid:137)No right of setoff? (cid:137)Yes. Identify the property: ___________________________________________________________________

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✔ 12.Is all or part of the claim (cid:137)No entitled to priority under 11 U.S.C. § 507(a)? (cid:137)Yes. Check all that apply: Amount entitled to priority A claim may be partly (cid:137) Domestic support obligations (including alimony and child support) underpriority and partly 11 U.S.C. § 507(a)(1)(A) or (a)(1)(B). $____________________ nonpriority. For example, in some categories, the (cid:137) Up to $(cid:22),(cid:19)(cid:21)(cid:24)* of deposits toward purchase, lease, or rental of property or services forlaw limits the amount personal, family, or household use. 11 U.S.C. § 507(a)(7). $____________________ entitled to priority. (cid:137) Wages, salaries, or commissions (up to $1(cid:22),(cid:25)(cid:24)(cid:19)*) earned within 180 days before thebankruptcy petition is filed or the debtor’s business ends, whichever is earlier. $____________________ 11 U.S.C. § 507(a)(4). (cid:137) Taxes or penalties owed to governmental units. 11 U.S.C. § 507(a)(8). $____________________ (cid:137) Contributions to an employee benefit plan. 11 U.S.C. § 507(a)(5). $____________________ (cid:137) Other. Specify subsection of 11 U.S.C. § 507(a)(__) that applies. $____________________ * Amounts are subject to adjustment on 4/01/(cid:21)(cid:21) and every 3 years after that for cases begun on or after the date of adjustment. Part 3: Sign Below The person completing Check the appropriate box: this proof of claim must sign and date it. (cid:137) I am the creditor. ✔ FRBP 9011(b). (cid:137) I am the creditor’s attorney or authorized agent. If you file this claim (cid:137) I am the trustee, or the debtor, or their authorized agent. Bankruptcy Rule 3004. electronically, FRBP (cid:137) I am a guarantor, surety, endorser, or other codebtor. Bankruptcy Rule 3005. 5005(a)(2) authorizes courts to establish local rules specifying what a signature I understand that an authorized signature on this Proof of Claim serves as an acknowledgment that when calculating the is. amount of the claim, the creditor gave the debtor credit for any payments received toward the debt. A person who files a fraudulent claim could be I have examined the information in this Proof of Claim and have a reasonable belief that the information is true fined up to $500,000, and correct. imprisoned for up to 5 years, or both. I declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct. 18 U.S.C. §§ 152, 157, and 3571. 03/26/21 Executed on date _________________ MM / DD / YYYY (cid:27) ________________________________________________________________________Signature Print the name of the person who is completing and signing this claim: Boris Treyzon Name _______________________________________________________________________________________________First name Middle name Last name Attorney Title _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Abir, CohenTrayzon,Salo,LLP Company _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Identify the corporate servicer as the company if the authorized agent is a servicer. 16001VenturaBlvd., Suite200 Address _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Number Street Encino CA 91436 _______________________________________________________________________________________________ City State ZIPCode Contact phone 8__3_3_._2__2_8_._7__5_2_9_______________ Email btreyz_o_n__@__a__c_t_s_l_a_w__._c_o_m__________________

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EXPLANATION OF DOCUMENTARY SUPPORT FOR CLAIM CLAIMANT Claimant, Jaime Ruigomez (“J.Ruigomez”, “Claimant”, and/or “Secured Creditor”) holds a secured claim against Girardi Keese (the “Debtor”) based upon a stipulated judgment for legal malpractice (among other claims) entered on April 20, 2020 (“Judgment”), in the Superior Court for the State of California, County of Los Angeles, bearing case number 19STCV22296 (“State Action”).1 Attached hereto as Exhibit “A”, is a true and correct copy of the Stipulation for Civil Judgment. BASIS FOR CLAIM On April 27, 2020, an Abstract of Judgment (“Abstract”) was issued by the court in the State Action in favor of the judgment creditor Claimant, and two other joint judgment creditors Joseph Ruigomez and Kathleen Ruigomez (collectively referred to as the “Ruigomez Family Creditors”), and against Debtor and joint judgment debtor Girardi, personally. Attached hereto as Exhibit “B”, is a true and correct copy of the Abstract. On July 13, 2020, the Abstract was recorded and filed in the Official Records of the Recorder’s Office in Los Angeles County - Document No. 20200770269. Additionally, on July 28, 2020, the Abstract was recorded and filed in the Official Records of the Recorder’s Office in the following counties: Riverside County – Document No. 2020-0337298; Monterey County – Document No. 2020037202; and San Bernardino County – Document No. 2020-0258746 Pursuant to California Code of Civil Procedure § 697.301(a), the above referenced recordations thereby created a lien (or liens) on any and all of the Debtor’s real property in those respective counties. Attached hereto as Exhibit “C”, are true and correct copies of the recorded Abstract, respectfully. On May 7, 2020, the Claimant filed an “Application and Order for Appearance and Examination” (“ORAP”) in the State Action against Girardi, as the person most knowledgeable for the Debtor (“PMK”). Attached hereto as Exhibit “D”, is a true and correct copy of the ORAP. On May 20, 2020, Girardi, as PMK, was personally served with the ORAP. On July 9, 2020, Claimant filed the Proof of Personal Service-Civil (“POS”) in the State Action. Pursuant to CCP § 708.110(d) - The judgment creditor shall personally serve a copy of the order [ORAP] on the judgment debtor not less than 10 days before the date set for the examination. Service shall be made in the manner specified in Section 415.10. Service of the order [the ORAP] created a lien on the personal property of the judgment debtor for a period of one year from the date of the entered order [ORAP] unless extended or sooner terminated by the court. Emphasis added. Attached hereto as Exhibit “E”, is a true and correct copy of the POS. 1 The Judgment was also entered against Thomas V. Girardi (“Girardi”), in his individual capacity. On December 18, 2020, an involuntary chapter 7 bankruptcy case was filed against Girardi, before this Bankruptcy Court, bearing case number 2:20-bk-21020-BR (“Girardi Bankruptcy Case”). The order for relief was entered on January 13, 2020.

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On October 6, 2020, a Notice of Judgment Lien (“NJL”) was also filed with the California Secretary of State – Document No. U200027063225, thereby creating a secured and perfected lien in favor of the judgment creditor Claimant, and the Ruigomez Family Creditors, and against the Debtor and joint judgment debtor Girardi’s personal property. Attached hereto as Exhibit “F”, is a true and correct copy of the NJL. Also, on Schedule D in the Girardi Bankruptcy Case, Claimant and the Ruigomez Family Creditors are identified as “Ruigomez Creditors”, and have their claim listed as secured by “All assets” of Girardi and the Debtor [Dkt. No. 140].2 As of December 18, 2020 (“Petition Date”) the total aggregate secured claim amount is $11,747,245.95 (“Amount”)3, broken down as follows4: Judgment - $11,000,000.00 Interest thru Petition Date - $729,315.06 Attorney Fees (collection costs) - $17,930.99 (thru Petition Date) TOTAL - $11,747,245.95 Claimant understands that he is not entitled to double recovery as the Debtor and Girardi are jointly and severally liable for the Amount. (See also f.n.2, supra.) Further, Claimant understand that the Ruigomez Family Creditors have a single secured Judgment in their favor jointly, which is not three (3) times the Amount. Reservation of Rights This Proof of Claim and summary is not intended to be, and should not be construed as, (i) an election of remedies, (ii) a waiver of defaults, or (iii) a waiver or limitations of any rights, remedies, claims, or interests of Claimant. Moreover, Claimant expressly reserves all rights, including without limitation, the right to amend or supplement this Proof of Claim at any time and/or to file additional proofs of claim for any additional claim or to assert any claims that may be based on or relate to any or all of the Debtor’s obligations to Claimant. Further, Claimant, and the Ruigomez Family Creditors, shall reserve their right to seek post-petition interest under 11 U.S.C. § 506(b). 2 Secured Creditor asserts on information and belief that Girardi is the sole proprietor of Debtor Girardi Keese, and that the GK tax returns state that Girardi is the 100% owner of Debtor Girardi Keese. 3 Secured Creditor reserves any and all rights and claims to assert additional amounts owing and incurred on this secured claim, including but not limited to additional post-Petition Date interest, fees and costs. 4 On February 17, 2021, the Chapter 7 Trustee, Jason Rund, in the Girardi Bankruptcy Case separately entered into a Settlement Agreement with Claimant, and Ruigomez Family Creditors, agreeing to an allowance of the Amount. Attached hereto as Exhibit “G”, is a true and correct copy of the Settlement Agreement.

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EJ-001 ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name, address, and State Bar number): After recording, return to: BorisTreyzon,Esq.(SBN188893) ABIRCOHENTREYZONSALO,LLP 16001VenturaBlvd.,Suite200 Encino,CA91436 TEL NO.: (424) 288-4367 FAX NO. (optional):(424)288-4368 E-MAIL ADDRESS (Optional):btreyzon@actslaw.com [KJ ATTORNEY [KJ JUDGMENT D ASSIGNEE FOR CREDITOR OF RECORD SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OFLosAngeles STREET ADDRESS: 111N.HillStreet MAILING ADDRESS: 111N.HillStreet CITY AND ZIP CODE: LosAngeles,90012 BRANCH NAME: StanleyMoskCourthouse FOR RECORDER'S USE ONLY PLAINTIFF: JosephRuigomez,etal. CASE NUMBER: 19STCV22296 DEFENDANT: ThomasV.Girardi,etal. ABSTRACT OF JUDGMENT—CIVIL FOR COURT USE ONLY AND SMALL CLAIMS D Amended 1. The [KJ judgment creditor D assignee of record applies for an abstract of judgment and represents the following: a. Judgment debtor’s Name and last known address i 7 Thomas V. Girardi, an individual, c/o BAKER, KEENER & NAHRA, LLP L633 W. Fifth Street, Suite 5500 _J Los Angeles, California 90071-2005 b. Driver’s license no. [last 4 digits] and state: [KJ Unknownc. Social security no. [last 4 digits]: [KJ Unknown d. Summons or notice of entry of sister-state judgment was personally served or mailed to (name and address): ThomasV.Girardi,1126WilshireBlvd.,LosAngeles,California900172.[KJ Information on additional judgment debtors is 4. [KJ Information on additional judgment creditors is shown on page 2. shown on page 2. 3. Judgment creditor (name and address): 5. D Original abstract recorded in this county: Joseph Ruigomez, an individual, c/o ABIR COHEN TREYZON SALO, LLP a. Date: 16001 Ventura Blvd., Suite 200, Encino, California 91436 b. Instrument No.: Date: April 22, 2020 Boris Treyzon, Esq. ► (TYPE OR PRINT NAME) (SIGNATURE OF APPLICANT OR ATTORNEY) 6. Total amount of judgment as entered or last renewed: 10. DAnD execution lien D attachment lien$11,000,000.00 is endorsed on the judgment as follows: 7. All judgment creditors and debtors are listed on this abstract. a. Amount: $b. In favor of (name and address): 8. a. Judgment entered on (date): April20,2020 b. Renewal entered on (date): 9. D This judgment is an installment judgment. 11. A stay of enforcement hasa. [KJ not been ordered by the court. [SEAL] b. D been ordered by the court effective until (date): 12. a. [KJ I certify that this is a true and correct abstract ofthe judgment entered in this action. b. D A certified copy of the judgment is attached. This abstract issued on (date): Clerk, by , Deputy Form Adopted for Mandatory Use Page 1 of 2

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PROOF OF SERVICE 1 2 STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES ) ss: 3 I am employed in the County of Los Angeles, State of California. I am over the age of 18 4 and not a party to the within action; my business address is: 16001 Ventura Blvd., Suite 200, Encino, California 91436. 5 6 On April 22, 2020, I served the foregoing document described as: 7 1. ABSTRACT OF JUDGMENT 8 the parties in this action by placing a true copy thereof enclosed in a sealed envelope addressed as follows: 9 10 Phillip A. Baker, Esq. Attorneys for Defendants Robert Baker, Esq. THOMAS V. GIRARDI 11 BAKER, KEENER & NAHRA, LLP GIRARDI | KEESE 633 W. Fifth Street, Suite 5500 12 Los Angeles, California 90071-2005 Facsimile: (213) 241-0990 13 E-mail: pbaker@bknlawyers.com 14 E-mail: rbaker@bknlawyers.com 15 □ BY MAIL: By placing a true and correct copy of the above-described document(s) in 16 envelope(s), addressed as set forth above, with first class postage pre-paid for delivery to the above-named persons at the above-listed addresses and depositing such envelopes in a US mail 17 collection box. 18 □ BY OVER NIGHT DELIVERY, VIA GOLDEN STATE OVERNIGHT: I gave the 19 document(s) to our overnight courier service for its daily pick-up for delivery to the offices of the addressee, addressed as set forth above. 20 21 □ BY PERSONAL SERVICE (Ex Parte): I personally delivered by hand to the attorney in attendance on behalf of the above-named counsel at the hearing of _____________________, in 22 Department_____of_____________________the________________Courthouse,__________, California. 23 BY ELECTRONIC MAIL BY AGREEMENT: Per agreement between counsels, I 24 transmitted said document(s) to the person(s) shown above by electronic mail to the email 25 address shown above. 26 □ BY FACSIMILE: I faxed said document(s) to the addressee, at the specified fax numbers shown above. 27 28

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AT-138,EJ-125 ATTORNEY OR PARTY WITHOUT ATTORNEY (Name, state bar number, and address): FOR COURT USE ONLYBoris Treyzon, Esq. (SBN 188893) t-- ABIR COHEN TREYZON SALO, LLP 16001 Ventura Blvd., Suite 200 Encino, California 91436 (424) 288-4367 (424) 288-4368 TELEPHONE NO.: FAX NO.: Plaintiffs ATTORNEY FOR (Name): Los Angeles Superior Court NAME OF COURT: 111 N. Hill Street STREET ADDRESS: 111 N. Hill Street MAILING ADDRESS: Los Angeles, 90012 CITY AND ZIP CODE: Stanley Mosk Courthouse, Central District BRANCH NAME: PLAINTIFF: Joseph Ruigomez, et al. DEFENDANT: Thomas V. Girardi, et al. CASE NUMBER: APPLICATION AND ORDER FOR APPEARANCE AND EXAMINATION [Z] ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENT D ATTACHMENT (Third Person) 19STCV22296[Z] Judgment Debtor D Third Person ORDER TO APPEAR FOR EXAMINATION 1. TO (name): Thomas V. Girardi, as Person Most Knowledgeable for Girardi | Keese2. YOU ARE ORDERED TO APPEAR personally before this court, or before a referee appointed by the court, toa. [Z] furnish information to aid in enforcement of a money judgment against you. b. D answer concerning property of the judgment debtor in your possession or control or concerning a debt you owe the judgment debtor. c. D answer concerning property of the defendant in your possession or control or concerning a debt you owe the defendant that is subject to attachment. Date:January 6, 2021 Time:8:30 a.m. Dept. or Div.:44 Rm.:418Address of court shown above is:Los Angeles Superior Court, Central111 N. Hill Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 3. This order may be served by a sheriff, marshal, registered process server, or the following specially appointed person (name): Date: Edward B. Moreton, Jr. JUDGEOR REFEREE This order must be served not less than 10 days before the date set for the examination. IMPORTANT NOTICES ON REVERSE APPLICATION FOR ORDER TO APPEAR FOR EXAMINATION 4. [Z] Judgment creditor D Assignee of record D Plaintiff who has a right to attach orderapplies for an order requiring (name):Thomas V. Girardi, as Person Most Knowledgeable for Girardi | Keese to appear and furnish informationto aid in enforcement of the money judgment or to answer concerning property or debt. 5. The person to be examined is a. [Z] the judgment debtor. D b. a third person (1) who has possession or control of property belonging to the judgment debtor or the defendant or (2) whoowes the judgment debtor or the defendant more than $250. An affidavit supporting this application under Code of CivilProcedure section 491.110 or 708.120 is attached. 6. The person to be examined resides or has a place of business in this county or within 150 miles of the place of examination. D 7. This court is not the court in which the money judgment is entered or (attachment only) the court that issued the writ ofattachment. An affidavit supporting an application under Code of Civil Procedure section 491.150 or 708.160 is attached. D 8. The judgment debtor has been examined within the past 120 days. An affidavit showing good cause for another examinationis attached. I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct. Date:May 4, 2020 Boris Treyzon, Esq. ► (TYPE OR PRINT NAME) (SIGNATURE OF DECLARANT) (Continued on reverse) Form Adopted for Mandatory Use APPLICATION AND ORDER Code of Civil Procedure,Judicial Council of California §§ 491.110, 708.110, 708.120 AT-138,EJ-125 [Rev. July 1, 2000] FOR APPEARANCE AND EXAMINATION

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APPEARANCE OF JUDGMENT DEBTOR (ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENT) NOTICE TO JUDGMENT DEBTOR If you fail to appear at the time and place specified in this order, you may be subject to arrest and punishment for contempt of court, and the court may make an order requiring you to pay the reasonable attorney fees incurred by the judgment creditor in this proceeding. APPEARANCE OF A THIRD PERSON (ENFORCEMENT OF JUDGMENT) (1) NOTICE TO PERSON SERVED If you fail to appear at the time and place specified in this order, you may be subject to arrest and punishment for contempt of court, and the court may make an order requiring you to pay the reasonable attorney fees incurred by the judgment creditor in this proceeding. (2) NOTICE TO JUDGMENT DEBTOR The person in whose favor the judgment was entered in this action claims that the person to be examined pursuant to this order has possession or control of property which is yours or owes you a debt. This property or debt is as follows (Describe the property or debt using typewritten capital letters): If you claim that all or any portion of this property or debt is exempt from enforcement of the money judgment, you must file your exemption claim in writing with the court and have a copy personally served on the judgment creditor not later than three days before the date set for the examination. You must appear at the time and place set for the examination to establish your claim of exemption or your exemption may be waived. APPEARANCE OF A THIRD PERSON (ATTACHMENT) NOTICE TO PERSON SERVED If you fail to appear at the time and place specified in this order, you may be subject to arrest and punishment for contempt of court, and the court may make an order requiring you to pay the reasonable attorney fees incurred by the plaintiff in this proceeding. APPEARANCE OF A CORPORATION, PARTNERSHIP, ASSOCIATION, TRUST, OR OTHER ORGANIZATION It is your duty to designate one or more of the following to appear and be examined: officers, directors, managing agents, or other persons who are familiar with your property and debts. AT-138,EJ-125[Rev. July 1, 2000] APPLICATION AND ORDER Page twoFOR APPEARANCE AND EXAMINATION

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For Office Use Only FILED NOTICE OF JUDGMENT Ll!N File #: U200027063225 FOLLOWIN8TRLICT10 CNASREFULL Y(fmn land back dhm 1 A NAME & PHONE OF FILER'S CONTACT (opbonal) Date Filed: 10/6/2020Boris Treyzon; (424) 288-4367 B SEND ACKIIOWLEDGMENT T0 iNAME AND A€C)RESS) Boris Treyzon, Esq. ABIR COHEN TREYZON SALO, LLP j600l Ventura Blvd., Suite 200 Encino, California 91438 THI!i SPACE FOR FILING OFFICE USE ONLY 1.JllDGMENTDEBTOR'SEXACTLEGALNAME-Insertonlyonename,eitherlao'1b. Donol abbreviateorcombinenames. is ORGAN12AT10N'S NAME 15 INDIW)UALaS IAST NAME FIRST NAME MIDDLE NAME S(JFFiX Girardi Thomas Vincent jc MAILINGADDRESS CITY STATE POST AL CODE ((iijNrpy 100 Los Altos Drive Pasadena CA 91105 , US 2. JUDGMENT CREDITOR'8 NAME- Do not abbreviate or o:mbire names. 2a ORGANIZATION'S NAME 2ti .INDIVIDUAL 'USST NAME FIRST NAME MIDOLE SIIFFIX Ruigornez Joseph 2c. MAILING ADDRESS CITY STATE 'NSTAL CODE COUNTFh" 16001 Vsntura Blvd., Suite 200 Encino CA g'i<:is US 3. ALL PROPERTY SUBJECT TO ENFORCEMENT OF A MCNEY JUDGMENT AGAINST THE JLIDGMENT DEBTO'? TO WHICH A JllDGMEhT LIEN ONPERSONAL PROPERTY MAY ATTACH UNDER SECTION 697.530 0F THE CODE OF CML PROCEDURE IS SUBJECT TO THIS JUDGMENT LIEN. A. nlleofcourtwherejudgmentwasentered: Los Angeles Superior Court, Stanley Mosk Courthouse Jose pRhuigom ve .zThom aVs .Girar dei ,tat. B Tllleof1heac,ion, lgsTCV22298 C. Number of this action: Ap r"2o '202o D. Date judgmem was entered: N'A E. Date of subsequent renewals of judgmem (if any): ll'49l'232'a7 F. j%maunt required to satisfy judgment at date of this notice: $ sepfemb 3eo r'202o r:. Date of this notice: < . I declare under of perjury under the /aws of the State of CeMomla thal khe foregoing /S true and Correct: -A oa,es.,September30-2020 SjGNA TuRE - SEE No, 4 (lrnok indcated, use same as date in item 3G. )ABI RCOHE TNREYZ OSNAL OL,LP poR, FILING OFFICE COPY NOTICE OF JUDGMENT LIEN (FORM JLI ) (Rtiv 6/01 )Approved by the Sectelary of Slate

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SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT This Settlement Agreement (“Agreement”) is entered into by and between Jason M. Rund, the chapter 7 trustee (the “Trustee”) for the estate of Thomas Vincent Girardi (the “Debtor”), on the one hand, and Joseph Ruigomez, Kathleen Ruigomez and Jaime Ruigomez (“Ruigomez Creditors”), on the other hand. Together, the Trustee and Ruigomez Creditors are referred to as the “Parties.” RECITALS A. On April 20, 2020, the Los Angeles Superior Court (the “Superior Court”) entered a Judgment for $11,000,000 in favor of the Ruigomez Creditors, and against the Debtor and Girardi & Keese, in LASC Case No. 19STCV22296. B. On April 22, 2020, the Superior Court issued an Order to Appear for Examination (the “ORAP”), requiring the Debtor to appear and testify at a judgment debtor examination on August 19, 2020, at 8:30 a.m. The ORAP was served on the Debtor on May 20, 2020. C. On July 28, 2020, the Ruigomez Creditors recorded an Abstract of Judgment with the Riverside County Recorder’s Office as Inst. No. 2020-0337298 (the “Riverside Abstract”). D. On July 28, 2020, the Ruigomez Creditors recorded an Abstract of Judgment with the San Bernardino County Recorder’s Office as Inst. No. 2020-0258746 (the “San Bernardino Abstract”). E. On July 28, 2020, the Ruigomez Creditors recorded an Abstract of Judgment with the Monterey County Recorder’s Office as Inst. No. 2020037202 (the “Monterey Abstract”). F. On July 30, 2020, the Ruigomez Creditors recorded an Abstract of Judgment with the Los Angeles County Recorder’s Office as Inst. No. 2020-864175 (the “Los Angeles Abstract”). G. On December 18, 2020 (the “Petition Date”), an Involuntary Petition was filed against the Debtor under chapter 7 of title 11 of the United States Code (the “Code”). The Order for Relief was entered on January 13, 2021, and the Debtor’s bankruptcy case (the “Case”) is pending in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California, Los Angeles Division (the “Bankruptcy Court”) as Case No. 2:20-bk-21020-BR. H. On the Petition Date, an Involuntary Petition was also filed against the Debtor’s law firm, Girardi Keese and/or Girardi & Keese, under chapter 7 of the Code. The Order for Relief was entered in that case on January 13, 2021, and the case is pending before the Bankruptcy Court as Case No. 2:20-bk-21022-BR (the “Girardi Keese Case”). I. The Ruigomez Creditors assert that, as of the Petition Date, the total sum of $11,747,245.95 was due and owing under the Judgment, including $729,315.06 in interest and $17,930.99 in collection costs (the “Ruigomez Claim”).

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J. The Ruigomez Creditors contend that, by virtue of their service of the ORAP on the Debtor, the Ruigomez Claim is secured by a lien on all personal property of the Debtor that existed on the Petition Date. Further, the Ruigomez Creditors contend that, by virtue of the Riverside Abstract and the Los Angeles Abstract, the Ruigomez Claim is secured by a lien on all real property of the Debtor in Riverside and Los Angeles Counties that existed on the Petition Date. The liens created by the service of the ORAP, the Riverside Abstract, San Bernardo Abstract, Monterey Abstract and the Los Angeles Abstract are hereinafter referred to as the “Ruigomez Liens.” K. The Parties agree that Trustee’s administration of assets of the bankruptcy estate on the terms set forth herein is in the best interest of the Ruigomez Creditors and the bankruptcy estate. TERMS AND CONDITIONS Based on the mutual promises contained herein and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt of which is acknowledged, the Parties agree as follows: 1. Recitals Acknowledged. Each of the Parties acknowledges that, to the best of the Party’s knowledge, each of the above recitals is true and correct in every material respect. 2. Conditions and Effective Date. a. This Agreement is subject to approval by the Bankruptcy Court. Within a reasonable time after execution of this Agreement by the Parties, the Trustee shall file a motion in the Case for entry of an order approving this Agreement and the terms hereof (the “Order”). b. The “Effective Date” of this Agreement shall be the date on which the Order is entered unless there is a stay of enforcement of the Order. If there is a stay of enforcement of the Order, the Effective Date of this Agreement shall be the first business day after the expiration or lifting of the stay. 3. Allowance of the Ruigomez Claim. The Ruigomez Creditors shall be allowed a claim in the amount of $11,747,245.95 as of the Petition Date with a perfected security interest in all of the Debtor’s personal property and all real of the Debtor in Riverside and Los Angeles Counties that existed on the Petition Date (the “Ruigomez Collateral”). Further, the Ruigomez Creditors reserve their right to seek post-petition interest under 11 U.S.C. § 506(b). 4. Administration of Ruigomez Collateral. a. The Ruigomez Creditors consent to the Trustee’s administration of the Ruigomez Collateral consistent with 363 of the Code, free and clear of the Ruigomez Liens. b. For each Ruigomez Collateral being administered, the sale proceeds shall be distributed in the following order of priority: (1) liens senior to Ruigomez Liens, taxes arising from the sale (including transfer and income taxes), and ordinary costs of sale (including broker commissions, escrow, etc.); (2) the administrative fees and costs of the bankruptcy estate; (3) 80% of the balance to the Ruigomez Creditors to be applied towards the Ruigomez Claim; and (4) the

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remainder (i.e., 20%) to the Trustee to be held in trust for the allowed unsecured claimants of the bankruptcy estate. c. The distributions to the Ruigomez Creditors contemplated herein shall take place no less than 120 calendar days apart, and for each distribution, the Trustee will estimate the administrative fees and costs in good faith to determine the amount to be withheld by the bankruptcy estate. All distributions to the Ruigomez Creditors shall be payable by check to “Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo IOLTA” and delivered to their counsel, Boris Treyzon, at Abir Cohen Treyzon Salo, LLP, 16001 Ventura Boulevard, Suite 200, Encino, California 91436. 5. Releases. Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, the Trustee releases and waives all claims against the Ruigomez Creditors arising out of the Case, and the Ruigomez Creditors release and waive all claims against the Trustee and the Debtor’s bankruptcy estate arising out of the Case. 6. Continued Prosecution of Ruigomez Claim in Girardi Keese Case. Based on the Judgment in the State Court, the Ruigomez Creditors also have a claim in the Girardi Keese Case. It is entirely possible that their recovery from the Debtor’s Case and the Girardi Keese Case will satisfy the Ruigomez Claim in full. Hence, the amount recovered from the Girardi Keese Case directly impacts the Debtor’s Case, and the Ruigomez Creditors shall use their best efforts to prosecute their claims in that case and shall not withdraw or reduce their claims without the written consent of the Trustee. 7. Trustee as Representative of a Bankruptcy Estate. The Parties acknowledge that the Trustee is a trustee appointed to administer a bankruptcy estate. The Parties acknowledge and agree that this Agreement is being made by the Trustee solely in his capacity as the chapter 7 trustee of the Debtor’s estate, and not in a personal capacity, and no liability or obligations shall accrue to the Trustee personally. 8. Successors and Assigns. This Agreement is binding upon and shall inure to the benefit of the Parties hereto, and their respective attorneys, agents, heirs, administrators, predecessors, successors and assigns, including any successor trustees. 9. Severability. If any portion of this Agreement is found to be void, voidable or unenforceable at law, the remaining terms and conditions of this Agreement may be enforced. 10. Governing Law and Jurisdiction. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California, without regard to choice of law principles of the State of California. The Bankruptcy Court shall retain exclusive jurisdiction to resolve any and all disputes pertaining to this Agreement, including without limitation the enforcement and interpretation of any of its terms, and the Parties agree to submit to the jurisdiction of the Bankruptcy Court for the purpose of resolving such disputes. 11. Further Assurances. Each Party to this Agreement shall execute all instruments and documents and take all actions as may be reasonably required to effectuate the purpose of this Agreement.

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am over the age of 18 and not a party to this bankruptcy case or adversary proceeding. My business address is: 6030 Ventura Blvd, Suite 470, Encino, California 91436 true and correct copy of the foregoing document entitled RESPONSE BY SECURED CREDITORS JOSEPH UIGOMEZ, JAIME RUIGOMEZ, AND KATHLEEN RUIGOMEZ, TO CHAPTER 7 TRUSTEE'S SECOND MOTION FORDER APPROVING STIPULATIONS FOR USE OF CASH COLLATERAL AND AUTHORIZING USE OF CASH OLLATERAL PURSUANT TO 11 U.S.C. § 363 AND FEDERAL RULE OF BANKRUPTCY PROCEDURE 4001(b) AN) will be served or was served (a) on the judge in chambers in the form and manner required by LBR 5005-2(d); and (b the manner stated below: . TO BE SERVED BY THE COURT VIA NOTICE OF ELECTRONIC FILING (“NEF”) – Pursuant to controlling Generalrders and LBR, the foregoing document will be served by the court via NEF and hyperlink to the document. n April 2, 2021, I checked the CM/ECF docket for this bankruptcy case or adversary proceeding and determined that e following persons are on the Electronic Mail Notice List to receive NEF transmission at the email addresses stated elow: Service information continued on attached pag . SERVED BY UNITED STATES MAIL: On April 2, 2021, I served the following persons and/or entities at the last nown addresses in this bankruptcy case or adversary proceeding by placing a true and correct copy thereof in a sealed nvelope in the United States mail, first class, postage prepaid, and addressed as follows. Listing the judge here onstitutes a declaration that mailing to the judge will be completed no later than 24 hours after the document is filed. UDGE: Pursuant to Amended General Order 20-12, Filed December 8, 2020, no Judge’s copy is being served. Service information continued on attached pag . SERVED BY PERSONAL DELIVERY, OVERNIGHT MAIL, FACSIMILE TRANSMISSION OR EMAIL (state method r each person or entity served): Pursuant to F.R.Civ.P. 5 and/or controlling LBR, on (date) , I served the following ersons and/or entities by personal delivery, overnight mail service, or (for those who consented in writing to such servicethod), by facsimile transmission and/or email as follows. Listing the judge here constitutes a declaration that personal elivery on, or overnight mail to, the judge will be completed no later than 24 hours after the document is filed. Service information continued on attached pag declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States of America that the foregoing is true and correct. April 2, 2021 Angela Saba /s/ Angela Saba Date Printed Name Signature

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. TO BE SERVED BY THE COURT VIA NOTICE OF ELECTRONIC FILING (“NEF”) – ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Kyra E Andrassy kandrassy@swelawfirm.com, lgarrett@swelawfirm.com;gcruz@swelawfirm.com;jchung@swelawfirm.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Rafey Balabanian , docket@edelson.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Michelle Balady mb@bedfordlg.com, leo@bedfordlg.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR William C Beall will@beallandburkhardt.com, carissa@beallandburkhardt.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Ori S Blumenfeld Ori@MarguliesFaithLaw.com, Helen@MarguliesFaithLaw.com;Angela@MarguliesFaithLaw.comVicky@MarguliesFaithLaw.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Sandor Theodore Boxer tedb@tedboxer.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Richard D Buckley richard.buckley@arentfox.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Marie E Christiansen mchristiansen@vedderprice.com, ecfladocket@vedderprice.com,marie-christiansen-4166@ecf.pacerpro.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Jennifer Witherell Crastz jcrastz@hrhlaw.com Ashleigh A Danker Ashleigh.danker@dinsmore.com, SDCMLFiles@DINSMORE.COM;Katrice.ortiz@dinsmore.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Clifford S Davidson csdavidson@swlaw.com, jlanglois@swlaw.com;cliff-davidson-7586@ecf.pacerpro.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Lei Lei Wang Ekvall lekvall@swelawfirm.com, lgarrett@swelawfirm.com;gcruz@swelawfirm.com;jchung@swelawfirm.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Richard Esterkin richard.esterkin@morganlewis.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Timothy W Evanston tevanston@swelawfirm.com, gcruz@swelawfirm.com;lgarrett@swelawfirm.com;jchung@swelawfirm.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Jeremy Faith Jeremy@MarguliesFaithlaw.com, Helen@MarguliesFaithlaw.com;Angela@MarguliesFaithlaw.com;Vicky@MarguliesFaithlaw.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY James J Finsten , jimfinsten@hotmail.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Alan W Forsley alan.forsley@flpllp.com, awf@fkllawfirm.com,awf@fl-lawyers.net,addy.flores@flpllp.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Eric D Goldberg eric.goldberg@dlapiper.com, eric-goldberg-1103@ecf.pacerpro.com ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONING CREDITOR Andrew Goodman agoodman@andyglaw.com Goodman.AndrewR102467@notify.bestcase.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Suzanne C Grandt suzanne.grandt@calbar.ca.gov, joan.randolph@calbar.ca.gov ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Steven T Gubner sgubner@bg.law, ecf@bg.law ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Marshall J Hogan mhogan@swlaw.com, knestuk@swlaw.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Sheryl K Ith sith@cookseylaw.com, sith@ecf.courtdrive.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Razmig Izakelian razmigizakelian@quinnemanuel.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Lewis R Landau Lew@Landaunet.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Daniel A Lev dlev@sulmeyerlaw.com, ccaldwell@sulmeyerlaw.com;dlev@ecf.inforuptcy.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Craig G Margulies Craig@MarguliesFaithlaw.com, Vicky@MarguliesFaithlaw.com;Helen@MarguliesFaithlaw.com;Angela@MarguliesFaithlaw.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Peter J Mastan peter.mastan@dinsmore.com, SDCMLFiles@dinsmore.com;Katrice.ortiz@dinsmore.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Edith R. Matthai ematthai@romalaw.com, lrobie@romalaw.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Kenneth Miller kmiller@pmcos.com, efilings@pmcos.com Elissa Miller (TR) CA71@ecfcbis.com, MillerTrustee@Sulmeyerlaw.com;C124@ecfcbis.com;ccaldwell@sulmeyerlaw.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Eric A Mitnick MitnickLaw@aol.com, mitnicklaw@gmail.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Scott H Olson solson@vedderprice.com, scott-olson-2161@ecf.pacerpro.com,ecfsfdocket@vedderprice.com,nortega@vedderprice.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Leonard Pena lpena@penalaw.com, penasomaecf@gmail.com;penalr72746@notify.bestcase.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Michael J Quinn mquinn@vedderprice.com, ecfladocket@vedderprice.com,michael-quinn-2870@ecf.pacerpro.com

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ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Kevin C Ronk Kevin@portilloronk.com, Attorneys@portilloronk.comATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR William F Saavino wsavino@woodsoviatt.com, lherald@woodsoviatt.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Kenneth John Shaffer johnshaffer@quinnemanuel.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Philip E Strok pstrok@swelawfirm.com, gcruz@swelawfirm.com;1garrett@swelawfirm.com;jchung@swelawfirm.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Boris Treyzon jfinnerty@actslaw.com, sgonzales@actslaw.com United States Trustee (LA) ustpregion16.la.ecf@usdoj.gov ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Eric D Winston ericwinston@quinnemanuel.com ATTORNEY FOR CREDITOR Christopher K.S. Wong christopher.wong@arentfox.com, yvonne.li@arentfox.com ATTORNEY FOR INTERESTED PARTY Timothy J Yoo tjy@lnbyb.com

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