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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)…

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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
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