Data 2022: Random Assignment of Foreclosure Cases by US District Court for the Southern District of Texas (Houston)

‘Blind Draw’ Case Assignments

S.D. Texas Federal Court, Houston
(Jan 2 – Mar 9, 2022)

They Ain’t Random. You’ve Personally Allocated the Cases, Chief….

For example, Judge Eskridge is gettin’ a pass in 2022, but he’s an ‘active’ District Judge.

Same for Judge Lynn ‘I’ll conduct the foreclosure auction myself’ Hughes, he should obtain no free pass in 2022 either, he should resign as he is completely bias and always in conflict with lawyers, litigants and judges.

Period: Jan. 2 – Mar. 9, 2022

CHIEF JUDGE LEE ROSENTHAL – 48 CASES

7 FORECLOSURES

1. MidFirst Bank v. McGaffie

The homeowner dies and Mackie Wolf plays grim reaper for the Bank against surviving family members, who are currently being served.

2. Townsend v. Midland Mortgage

Mackie Wolf for Midland and new foreclosure defense lawyer Jacob Hyde for the Townsend’s are currently deep in settlement negotiations … (removed from Texas state court by foreclosure law firm).

3. HSBC Bank USA v. Battle

Michael F Hord , Jr of Hirsch Westheimer PC, known foreclosure mill lawyer, starts a new Battle.

4. Stevenson v. Specialized Loan Servicing, LLC

Abusive ex-BDF Lawyer Damian Abreo would non-suit this case after we spotlighted this foreclosure case, without prejudice.

5. MidFirst Bank v. Yanchus

The homeowner dies and Mackie Wolf plays grim reaper for the Bank against surviving family members, who are currently being served.

6. Mitchell v. Coastline Capital Fund 7, LLC

Robert Clayton Vilt for Mitchell against an unknown law firm since Mackie Wolf for US Bank have walked away from the case (removed from Texas state court by Mackie Wolf foreclosure law firm).

7. Bhagia v. PHH Mortgage Services, Inc.

Mackie Wolf for the Bank and pro se Bhagia needs to hire a lawyer as a corporation and real estate investor (who knows the game) and the case was again removed from Texas state court by foreclosure law firm.

Period: Jan. 2 – Mar. 9, 2022

JUDGE KEITH ELLISON – 75 CASES

3 FORECLOSURES

1. Deutsche Bank National Trust Company v. McConn et al

Mackie Wolf represents that German Bank that refuses to leave Russia as they file to steal another Texas and American family home.

2. Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB v. Myers

Robert Brandon Hakari of McCarthy Holthus didn’t care for our article, so he’s now been replaced from within as they go all-in for Myers Home.

3. Salak v. PHH Mortgage Corporation

This Houston realtor is facing his own closing, care of PHH and Mackie Wolf (removed from Texas state court by foreclosure law firm).

Period: Jan. 2 – Mar. 9, 2022

JUDGE ANDREW HANEN – 58 CASES

2 FORECLOSURES

1. Sweeney v. NewRez, LLC

R. Douglas Downing for the Sweeney’s against SettlePou for NewRez (removed from Texas state court by foreclosure law firm).

2. Tennyson v. The Bank of New York Mellon

Brandy Michelle Alexander for Tennyson, Branch Masterson Sheppard of Galloway, Johnson, Tompkins, Burr & Smith for BONYM (removed from Texas state court by foreclosure law firm).

Period: Jan. 2 – Mar. 9, 2022

SNR JUDGE LYNN HUGHES – 58 CASES

0 FORECLOSURES

Period: Jan. 2 – Mar. 9, 2022

JUDGE ALFRED ‘AL’ BENNETT – 47 CASES

2 FORECLOSURES

1. Matney v. Gateway Mortgage

Robert Clayton Vilt for Matney, Michael J Schroeder for Gateway (removed from Texas state court by foreclosure law firm).

2. Agustin v. U.S. Bank, N.A.

Robert Clayton Vilt for Agustin, Daniel Glenn Durell, Locke Lord LLP  for US Bank (removed from Texas state court by foreclosure law firm).

HANKS, GEORGE C., Jr

Period: Jan. 2 – Mar. 9, 2022

JUDGE GEORGE HANKS, JR. – 47 CASES

2 FORECLOSURES

Judge Hanks seems to have been awarded the more abnormal cases, here an eviction (Daniels) and then what LIT believes is a law firm partner defending his mother or family member’s home from foreclosure, which was scheduled for an initial conference way out, like 6 months out…nothin’ to do with that Austin, woman-owned law firm, Hopkins Law, PLLC is it?

1. Daniels v. PennyMac Loan Services, LLC

New case IFP (granted by Judge Ellison) by Daniels after various law firms and entities started non-suiting and then refiling in more ‘accommodating’ Texas courts. Daniels is proceeding pro se to stop foreclosure eviction (Rule 736).

2. Leger v. PrimeLending, a PlainsCapital Company

Bradley L. Legar for Leger and Shelley L. Hopkins of BDF Hopkins for PlainsCapital (removed from Texas state court by foreclosure law firm).

ESKRIDGE, CHARLES R., III

Period: Jan. 2 – Mar. 9, 2022

JUDGE CHARLES ESKRIDGE – 47 CASES

0 FORECLOSURES

Period: Jan. 2 – Mar. 9, 2022

SENIOR JUDGE DAVID HITTNER – 46 CASES

1 FORECLOSURE

1. Allan Groves v. U.S. Bank, N.A.

Jeffrey Craig Jackson for Groves and Michael F Hord , Jr of Hirsch Westheimer PC for US Bank.

Period: Jan. 2 – Mar. 9, 2022

JUDGE MILLER GRAY – 17 CASES

0 FORECLOSURES

EWING, WERLEIN, Jr

Period: Jan. 2 – Mar. 9, 2022

SENIOR JUDGE EWING WERLEIN, JR.

1 FORECLOSURE

1. Lee v. Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

ATLAS, NANCY FRIEDMAN

Period: Jan. 2 – Mar. 9, 2022

SENIOR JUDGE NANCY ATLAS

‘DORMANT’

Period: Jan. 2 – Mar. 9, 2022

SENIOR JUDGE HILDA TAGLE (CORPUS CHRISTI)

‘DORMANT’

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