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Connie Pfeiffer of Beck Redden Celebrates “Changing of the Guard” with Fifth Cir. Court of Appeals Judges Jim Ho & Don Willett

Thanks to Judge Jim Ho, @JusticeWillett, and moderator Connie Pfeiffer for a great presentation at our monthly section meeting! Today was also our annual changing of the guard, and congratulations to Linda Broocks who succeeded @marktrach as Chair of the Section.

They say a picture tells a thousand stories…see what you think….we’ve taken judicial notice of this article and added some audio as well…

Zepeda v Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp.,  Case #18-20336. Oral Hearing on May 1, 2019, Opinion Pending 3+ months later – with Connie Pfeiffer presenting for homeowner and Judge Catharina Haynes voicing her view(s)…

The HBA Appellate Lawyer is a a publication of the Houston Bar Association Appellate Section.

The Houston Bar Association Appellate Section’s purpose is “to provide liaison and opportunity for professional development for members of the bench and bar who are engaged in appellate practice, to promote improvement and clarification of the rules of appellate procedure, and to provide continuing education in the field of appellate law.” (The Houston Bar Association Appellate Section Bylaws, Article I, Section 2.)

Can You Interpret Judicial Acts as a Power Move? LIT Asks; Is Judge Jennifer Walker Elrod Vying for Judicial Supremacy

LIT believes Elrod see’s the changing of the guard in ‘active’ judgeships. As a 54 year old circuit judge, that’s regarded as a prime age and she revels in judicial and political power.

The Petrobras Scandal Sidebar Arbitration Agreement is Decided At the Fifth Circuit and the Decision is Correct.

Petrobras relies on a Fifth Circuit opinion to support that the district court should have considered the public policy issue. This cannot be relied upon.

The Petrobras Scandal Resulted in the Largest Foreign Class Action Settlement in History. Meanwhile in Texas, Fifth Circuit Judge Catharina Haynes is bias towards Petrobras

Broken Robes: Judge Catharina Haynes of the Fifth Circuit has a financial interest in the outcome of the Cadenas case in Texas. So why was she on the panel?

Revisiting MERS and the Lyin’ Words in Fifth Circuit Opinions

As for MERS being both a “nominee” and a “mortgagee”, the idea that a principal can be its own agent does not square with agency law. – Attorney James Knowlton.

Owen’s Easter Basket of Omissions and Whiteouts re Ocwen Loan Servicing et al.

The Burkes filed their Petition for Rehearing en banc to allow all the active judges who are not recused and able to participate, an opportunity to cast their Vote.

Protected: Owen’s Easter Basket of Omissions and Whiteouts re Hopkins Law et al

A party who files timely written objections to a magistrate judge’s report and recommendation is entitled to a de novo review of those findings or recommendations to which the party specifically objects. 28 U.S.C. § 636(b)(1)(C); Fed. R. Civ. P. 72(b)(2)-(3).

Connie Pfeiffer of Beck Redden Celebrates “Changing of the Guard” with Fifth Cir. Court of Appeals Judges Jim Ho & Don Willett
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