Attorneys of the Month for January thru March 5th, 2018.

The following Georgia attorneys were disciplined and/or disbarred for the month Of March, 2018: March 5, 2018 S18Y0348. IN THE MATTER OF SAM LOUIS LEVINE Sam L. Levine S18Y0350. IN THE MATTER OF CHRISTOPHER AARON CORLEY S18Y0383. IN THE MATTER OF ANDRE KEITH SANDERS S18Y0559. IN THE MATTER OF WALTER LINTON MOORE Februry 19, 2018:…Read more »

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Wells Fargo’s 17-month nightmare, by Jackie Wattles, Ben Geier and Matt Egan

Wells Fargo’s 17-month nightmare by Jackie Wattles, Ben Geier and Matt Egan @CNNMoney February 5, 2018: 7:28 AM ET http://money.cnn.com/2018/02/05/news/companies/wells-fargo-timeline/index.html Wells Fargo draws bipartisan anger from Congress Regulators fined Wells Fargo in September 2016 for repeatedly creating fake customer accounts to juice the bank’s books. The fine was big — $185 million — but the…Read more »

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Federal Jury Finds Atlanta Lawyer Engaged in Racketeering Enterprise

https://www.law.com/dailyreportonline/sites/dailyreportonline/2018/01/26/federal-jury-finds-atlanta-lawyer-engaged-in-racketeering-enterprise/?et=editorial&bu=Daily%20Report&cn=20180126&src=EMC-Email&pt=Breaking%20News&slreturn=20180026233637 By R. Robin McDonald | January 26, 2018 at 06:28 PM Federal Jury Finds Atlanta Lawyer Engaged in Racketeering Enterprise Millard Farmer, who made his name as an aggressive death penalty combatant across the South, was found by a preponderance of the evidence to have violated Georgia’s racketeering law with legal tactics. By R.…Read more »

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From Our Friends at Living Lies Weblog: CitiMortgage Must Face Class Action for False notarization of Documents in Foreclosures

CitiMortgage Must Face Class Action for False notarization of Documents in Foreclosures https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/95852/posts/1614247594 Oct 3, 2017 Where is the prejudice in requiring the foreclosing party to prove its case with facts raather than presumptions? There are two big takeaways: (1) Courts are getting more curious about what really happened in the mortgage meltdown and (2)…Read more »

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Every day it seems, I read something about Judges in this Country, or someone contacts me about them, or I experience them first hand, or perhaps, one of the attorneys that I have worked with feels their wrath. The judges hate pro se litigants.  The judges hate foreclosure defense lawsuits.  The judges hate almost everything…Read more »

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JPMorgan Chase Bank Fines Do Nothing to Them

I was working on something today, and saw that I needed to add some references (footnotes) to support what I was saying. It had to do with JPMorgan Chase Bank, and the fines for violations concerning robo-signing, lying, cheating, stealing homes, and the like. All related to foreclosures of course. When I began adding the…Read more »

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OPINION: The heightened pleading standard established in 2009 is based on faulty propositions. Arthur H. Bryant, The National Law Journal

National Law Journal http://www.nationallawjournal.com/printerfriendly/id=1202758245088 ‘Iqbal’ Brings Seven Years of Bad Luck for Plaintiffs OPINION: The heightened pleading standard established in 2009 is based on faulty propositions. Arthur H. Bryant, The National Law Journal May 23, 2016 The seventh anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2009 decision in Ashcroft v. Iqbal was May 18. It’s a…Read more »

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