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Save the Date: Henderson v. Hughes – and Ocwen – in Judge Lynn Hughes Chambers (for a change).

It is criminal that Judge Lynn Hughes is still sitting on the Federal Bench in 2021. Here’s another foreclosure case he’s handling in chambers

Minnie Henderson v. Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC

Foreclosure 

4209 Maggie St, Houston, TX 77051

JUN 3, 2021 

Order Setting Conference

A pre−trial conference will be held on:

June 23, 2021
at 10:30 AM in Judge Hughes’s Chambers
United States Court House
515 Rusk Avenue, Room 11122
Houston, Texas 77002.

To ensure full notice, whoever receives this notice must confirm that every other party knows of the setting.

Each party must appear by an attorney with (a) full knowledge of the facts and (b) authority to bind the client.

The court will decide motions, narrow issues, inquire about and resolve expected motions, and schedule discovery. Counsel are to consult among themselves about these matters well in advance.

Principal documents must have been exchanged well before the conference.

Signed on June 1, 2021, at Houston, Texas.

Senior Judge Lynn Nettleton Hughes.

JOINT STATUS REPORT

Plaintiff Minnie Henderson (“Plaintiff”) and Defendant PHH Mortgage Corporation, successor by merger to Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC (“Defendant”) (and collectively the “Parties”), through Counsel, make the following report to the Court pursuant to this Court’s January 19, 2021 Order to Report (Doc. 52):

Since the filing of the last Joint Status Report on January 15, 2021 (Doc. 51), the Parties, through Counsel, have exchanged further document production and engaged in advanced settlement discussions.

Based upon the latest counter-proposal from Defendant, Plaintiff and Defendant are optimistic that settlement discussions will successfully conclude in the next 45 days, if not sooner.

The parties would request the opportunity to file one additional status report by Friday, May 28, 2021.

Stipulated as to form and content:

Dated: April 15, 2021                                     Respectfully Submitted,

/s/Deborah Hubbs

hubbs

Deborah Hubbs
State Bar No. 24059976
dhubbs@hubbslawgroup.com
4747 Research Forest Drive #180
The Woodlands, Texas 77380
(832) 598-6257 telephone & facsimile

I have had the opportunity to work in a number of areas of law including corporate, energy, employment, contracts and business transactions which has allowed me to hone-in on the details, but not forget the big picture and long term goals of my clients.  I started my career as an attorney working in-house and learning the business side first. This allows me to never forget the business side of things when providing legal advice and how legal decisions can have ramifications on many parts of the business, including its most valuable assets – the employees.

I have served as a Corporate Secretary, Chief Compliance Officer and General Counsel of both privately held and publicly traded companies where I helped clients buy and sell companies that transformed both businesses and personal lives while managing business as well as legal teams. Creating value for my clients is pure joy.  Some of my deal experience includes:

  • The the sale of a $6B subsidiary for a private-equity backed company to a publicly-traded company.
  • The purchase of $1B asset for a private-equity backed company from a publicly-traded company.
  • The purchase of an $800M asset.
  • Multiple deals for less than $100M in various shale basins.
  • Prepared prospectus of $250M for foreign stock exchange.
  • Negotiated workouts with creditors settling for cents on the dollar for both personal and business debts.

I have worked in multiple oil and gas basins in the Lower 48 and multiple foreign jurisdictions. I am the co-author of Land and Leasing published by the University of Texas Petroleum Extension.

In my spare time I enjoy working with Community Christian Legal Aid, a nonprofit organization I founded in early 2019.

brian-flick

Brian Flick
(OH #0081605)
Admitted Pro Hac Vice
notices@dannlaw.com

DannLaw
PO Box 6031040
Cleveland, OH 44103
(513) 645-3488
(216) 373-0536 fax

Attorney Brian Flick, managing partner of the Group’s Cincinnati office, is a tireless advocate for consumers in Ohio, Kentucky and across the United States. His practice is focused on bankruptcyforeclosure defense, appellate litigation and other areas of consumer law. A proud graduate and active alumnus of Max Gardner’s Bankruptcy Bootcamp, Brian constantly seeks new ways to assist people who are facing foreclosure and other types of financial dilemmas.

Because his clients often find themselves in extremely difficult and stressful situations, Brian provides personal attention and reassurance along with sound legal advice to those who turn to him for help. He strives to resolve every issue and case thoroughly and efficiently whether he is fighting to save a family’s home from foreclosure or guiding consumers through the bankruptcy process.

Brian earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science at Adrian College and received his Juris Doctorate from Ohio Northern University’s Pettit College of Law. He serves as the 6th Circuit Community Moderator for the National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys and is the Ohio Chair of the National Association of Consumer Advocates.

Brian serves clients in Ohio and Kentucky from the DannLaw’s Cincinnati office.

ATTORNEYS FOR PLAINTIFF MINNIE HENDERSON

nunnallee

/s/     Adam     Nunnallee     (per     email     authority 04/15/2021)

Adam Nunnallee
State Bar No. 24057453
anunnallee@dykema.com

marquis

Amelia H. Marquis
State Bar No. 24097512
amarquis@dykema.com

Dykema Gossett PLLC
1717 Main Street, Suite 4200
Dallas, Texas 75201
Ph: (214) 462-6400
Fax: (214) 462-6401

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