Category Archives: Lessons Learned

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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It’s YOUR Law That Matters

To bring everyone up-to-date, this blog is about my experiences (as a non-attorney) suing Bank of America in court.   While mostly a history, I’ve just recently started to write about the things I’ve learned about our legal system along the … Continue reading

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The Law is Not Uniform

With Today’s post, I’m starting a new category called “Lessons Learned.”  You’ll be able to access these types of postings via the “Categories” links in the right hand column. The Law is Not Uniform What a law says, is not … Continue reading

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