Eleventh Circuit’s Intervenor and Judicial Immunity Standard Questioned (2021)

Burke v. Ocwen et al

Eleventh Circuit Appeal 12-1260

Cadle Co. v. Moore (In re Moore), 739 F.3d 724, 733 n.15 (5th Cir. 2014)

“for the proposition that fraud on the court is established only with “an unconscionable plan or scheme … designed to improperly influence the court in its discretion.””

SEP 3, 2021: BURKE's INITIAL BRIEF

CFPB v. Ocwen

Eleventh Circuit Appeal (2021)

AUG 26, 2021: CFPB'S REPLY BRIEF

JUL 22, 2021: OCWEN's BRIEF

JUN 1, 2021: INITIAL BRIEF

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