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Texas Bar Journal 2020

Texas Bar Journal 2020 and links to the corresponding articles on LIT regarding the monthly list of lawyers behavin’ badly.

LIT COMMENTARY

The Texas Bar Journal 2020 along with LIT’s detailed monthly articles about these misbehavin’ judges and lawyers.

p.s. July and August are one Edition, hence the duplication, as we like 12 months 🙂

JANUARY 2020

FEBRUARY 2020

MARCH 2020

APRIL 2020

MAY 2020

JUNE 2020

JULY 2020

AUGUST 2020

SEPTEMBER 2020

OCTOBER 2020

NOVEMBER 2020

DECEMBER 2020

Foreclosure Mill Lawyers Gamesmanship Evident in Deutsche Bank Lawsuits Before Judge Al Bennett

We’re ON IT with ONITY.LOAN and LawsinTexas.com as we investigate the Greatest Theft Scheme invoked to steal homeowners properties in Texas.

Operation Elder Abuse: PHH Mortgage Corporation and Deutsche Bank Judge Shopping Continues

Forum Shopping aka Judge Shopping is a disease in Texas courts says Congress, demanding this form of case assignment be outlawed.

The Dorman Phenomenon: LIT’s Founder as Intervenor Seeks to Replace AWOL Plaintiff

Dorman’s case is a matter of public concern and the troubling facts in this case are being investigated by LIT directly, and now legally.

The Greatest Housing Theft: PHH Ocwen Seek Shareholder Approval to Ditch Nazi Persona

As Ocwen Financial rebrands, it faces heavy criticism for its role in the most egregious abuses of home ownership rights in American history.

Fifth Cir. Judge Don Willett Says Prior Panel’s Wrongful Foreclosure Opinion and Erie Guess Went Too Far

Former Texas Supreme Court Justice Don Willett authors a published opinion, taking issue with a prior panel, including Chief Judge Owen-Hecht.

Houston’s Federal Bankruptcy Court Scandal Escalates with Another ClerkGate Revelation in 2024

The Clerks at the Southern District Federal Court in Houston willfully and intentionally fail to file Adversary Proceedings on date received.

Texas Bar Journal 2020
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