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Next Steps

After losing our case against Bank of America, we had to make some tough decisions about what to do next.  Here are the four options considered: appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court appeal to the Georgia Supreme Court file a … Continue reading

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Appeal Denied

Well, after more than 4 and a half years, the 11 Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against us.  You can read the results here:  Ruling on Appeal Basically, they judges completely ignored all of our Georgia law arguments, and only … Continue reading

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Final Response Filed …

Events that started in January of 2010, and resulted in a lawsuit filed by us against Bank of America in October of 2011, has reached its climax.  On March 7th, 2014, we filed our final court document in this lawsuit, … Continue reading

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Bank of America Files Appellee Brief

(sorry for the delay – catching up this week) Bank of America filed their Appellee Brief on February 18th.  They had called me the day before asking if they could get an extension.  Since they haven’t been very nice to … Continue reading

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Appeal Filed !!!

Yesterday, I filed our Appeal in the Eleventh Circuit Federal Court.  Here’s a summary: Can pro se litigants find justice in the Eleventh Circuit of the Federal Courts? Can banks lie to their clients with impunity? Can they send letters … Continue reading

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Notice of Appeal Filed

After some consideration, I’m happy to announce that we filed our Notice of Appeal on December 4th.  Now our case is heading to a panel of three judges, the results of which can actually change the way that current case law … Continue reading

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Case Over, Fight Continues

Well, after two years in court, the final decision was “case dismissed.”  I made quite a few mistakes along the way, and learned quite a lot in the process.  You can read the latest by visiting the Order on Motion … Continue reading

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Continuing the Conversation on Disqus

Last post, I shared a comment I’d written using a new service called Disqus.  Since that time, I’ve had an experience that is forcing me to reevaluate my support of this service. As a followup to an exchange I was … Continue reading

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Trouble in the Federal Court System

While waiting for a ruling in our case, I’ve written a few online comments using a new web service called Disqus.  I liked it so much, I’ve added it to all of my blogs.  (See below to give it a … Continue reading

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Wall Street Doesn’t Just Run the Show, They Write the Law

In response to this posting: Wall Street Doesn’t Just Run the Show, They Write the Law I wrote this: Many of the laws written by corporations are so one-sided and egregious, that they violate civil liberties as guaranteed in our … Continue reading

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