I'll try to keep the summary short. I own/operate a small bakery. For four years I supplied a local restaurant with baked goods that they bought directly for their business. For the first three years, everything was fine and business as usual. New owners took over, became behind with paying everyone and started to run the restaurant into the ground. Anyway, I pulled out after one year (with the new owners), then won a civil suit against them for what they owed me. They paid about two-thirds of the judgement, then proceeded to stop payment, close the business, change their phone numbers, and move out of state. Obviously they don't answer their emails anymore either. WTF recourse do I have at this point? They still owe me $1200 and I'm sure I'm not the only one who they've fucked over. Thanks.