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Reasons to Recall the Mandate to Prevent an Injustice

Greater Boston Television Corp. v. F.C.C, 463 F.2d 268 (D.C. Cir. 1971) DEC 29, 1971 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: AUG 4, 2021 LEVENTHAL, Circuit Judge: The latest turn in the Boston-TV Channel 5 controversy came on August 20, 1971, when the Federal Communications Commission filed a Request with this court to recall its mandate of [...]

LIT’s Foreclosure Tracker is Now Following ‘Vanie’ Before Judge Eskridge, S.D. Tex., Houston

Vanie’s modest home is under threat of a writ of possession and she’s strugglin’ to defend the federal court action as a pro se.

LIT’s Foreclosure Tracker: ‘Cassandra’ Appeals Consolidation of Cases to Fifth Circuit

Cassandra Harrison appeals two cases consolidated by S.D. Texas, Houston, to Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. IFP granted.

Federal Court Pilot Scheme for Discovery in Foreclosure Cases Confirms It’s A Division of Wall St.

The discovery protocols are biased in favor of the bank or non-bank and the gag order is in violation of the first amendment.

In re Kafi, Inc., the Live Controversy before Hand-Selected Federal Judge Vanessa Gilmore

With so many cases percolatin’ with so many judges, the departing (retiring) judge Vanessa Gilmore put herself forward to deal with Kafi.

Henry, Show Cause Why You Ain’t Gonna Be Sanctioned for Bein’ Pro Se in S.D. Tex.

Pro Se has 10 days to file a response without the benefit of ECF filing, because Judge Vanessa Gilmore says that is ATTORNEY PRIVILEGED.

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