Federal Judges

Standing Up for Magistrate Judge Smith, ehem… Mr. Nesbitt

A Good Man, an Honest Man: Stephen W. Smith, Magistrate Judge, Houston, Texas Federal Court, Southern District authored this article: Stanford Law School Center for Internet and Society; Texas Southern University – Thurgood Marshall School of Law

Abstract

“Well, you know what magistrates are. The lowest form of pond life. When a fellow hasn’t the brains and initiative to sell jellied eels, they make him a magistrate.”

– P.G. Wodehouse, “Jeeves and the Feudal Spirit” (1955)

Read full article Credit: SSRN

The Fifth Circuit Say Ciao to Cao In this Succinct Foreclosure Opinion

Obviously, the clerk in charge of this opinion wasn’t very good at arithmetic at school and left it undisturbed from the lower court opinion.

It’s All About Jurisdiction and Maybe Even Gamesmanship In This Foreclosure Appeal Sayeth Fifth Circuit

Here, the Fifth Circuit is, in effect, reaching the merits to issue remand instructions. Perhaps that is what is meant by ‘gamesmanship’.

Mortgage Forbearance Request (Pandemic Relief) Ends this Foreclosure Dispute For Now

Pandemic-related Mortgage Forebearance Request by Meher Wanker ends this foreclosure dispute with JPMorgan and Bayview (servicer) for now.

Cronenwett and Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. v. Stubblefield, S.D. Tex.

Defendant Mark Stubblefield appeared pro se at the court hearing, but no subsequent answer to Deutsche Bank’s Complaint has been filed.

No Attorney Fees Filed by Deutsche Bank Despite Approval by Magistrate Judge Farrer

Magistrate Judge Farrer Questions Mackie Wolf’s Complaint and Rejects their Over-arching Default Judgment Demands on Behalf of Deutsche Bank.

It’s 2020, W.D. Texas Federal Court and a Cronenwett Unchallenged Foreclosure. Y’all Know What’s Next.

Magistrate Judge Chestney’s M&R recommends Attorney Fees (unchallenged) and District Judge Erza Rubber Stamps the Fee Award to Mackie Wolf.

Standing Up for Magistrate Judge Smith, ehem… Mr. Nesbitt
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