Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Lender Processing Services Robosigning Case -- A Gathering of Crows


Contributed by Deontos 2/27/2013

What is the real story?  You be the judge.

 

 

Judge tosses mortgage 'robosigning' case in 

Vegas


By KEN RITTER, Associated Press
Updated 3:28 pm, Tuesday, February 26, 2013
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After a cursory review of this Judges campaign contributions the odor of CORRUPTION is more 
apparent here than the proverbial rotten smell from Denmark.

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Greenberg Traurig  
8400 N.W. 36th Street  
Miami, FL 33166
9/21/12 $500.00 
>>MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS Report Period   # 3

R E A L I T Y  C H E C K
The letter is from Barry Richard, a well-connected lawyer at Greenberg Traurig 
(he was part of the Bush 2000 team in Florida.) Richard attacks June Clarkson 
for her conduct during a meeting with his client. Specifically, he felt she was 
too aggressive with her questioning. In the key sentence he says:

“I have represented many clients being investigated by the Attorney General’s 
Office over the past 30 years and I do not recall a single instance in which the 
Office requested or subpoenaed a client for a sworn statement in a civil case of 
this type.”


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Fox Rothchild LLP  
2000 Market St., 20th Floor  
PHILADELPHIA, PA 19103-3291
9/27/12 $250.00
>>MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS Report Period   # 3
 

SCRIBD


LENDER PROCESSING SERVICES, INC.,
 a Delaware corporation,Plaintiff,
v.
CATHERINE CORTEZ MASTO, 
in her official capacity as 
Attorney General of the
State of Nevada.
Defendant.

Counsel for the Plaintiff:

MARK J. CONNOT (10010)
KEVIN M. SUTEHALL (9437)
JOHN H. GUTKE (10062)
FOX ROTHSCHILD LLP
3800 Howard Hughes Parkway, 
Suite 500Las Vegas, Nevada 89169
Telephone: 702-262-6899
Facsimile: 702-597-5503

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  2. Snell & Wilmer LLP  

    One Arizona Center  

    Phoenix, AZ 85004

    5/9/12 $500.00 

    >>MONETARY CONTRIBUTIONS   Report Period   # 1  
  3. Foreclosure processor fights Nevada attorney general's robosigning ...
www.vegasinc.com/.../foreclosure-processor-fights-nevada-attorney-...
Jan 31, 2012 – LPS is represented in the lawsuit by the law firm Snell & Wilmer LLP in Las Vegas and the firm Berger Singerman in Miami. LPS is based in ...

[PDF] 

Motion to Dismiss - Lender Processing Services

www.lpsvcs.com/LPSCorporateInformation/.../20120130_Motion_N...
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick View
Jan 30, 2012 – SNELL & WILMER Lt .P. ... Information Services, Inc. ("FNIS"), LPSDefault Solutions, Inc. ("Default Solutions") and ..... KMPG LLP, 122 Nev

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He threw her $1,000 and I added him here just because he is sc*mmy. 

Harry Mohney - Executive Profile

NV - 1045 5ST-Mb, LLC, Dallas Crossing, LLC and Deja Vu Showgirls-Sacramento, LLC
Harry W. Mohney is associated with several companies, including 1045 5ST-Mb, LLC, Dallas Crossing, LLC and Deja Vu Showgirls-Sacramento, LLC. and is ...

Harry Mohney - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Harry_Mohney
Harry Mohney (born May 30, 1943) is the founder of Déjà Vu, a U.S. company which (as of 2006) owns about 75 strip clubs in 16 U.S. states, as well as one club ...


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Contributions to a Nevada Judge Basis for Disqualification
The question of Judge Gonzalez's impartiality stems from five political contributions 
made in 2010 to Judge Gonzalez for his successful November 2010 reelection - $5,000 
from Phil Ivey, $1,000 from Phil's divorce attorney, David Chesnoff, $2,500 from 
Chesnoff's wife, $1,000 from Chesnoff's law partner, and $500 from Attorney John 
Spilotro . . .

Nevertheless Nevada law bars judges from presiding over cases in which they have 
"actual bias or prejudice for or against one of the parties."  . . .

The Nevada Supreme Court has taken this a step further by holding that a "recusal 
would be a necessary step to alleviate or obviate" even the appearance of 
impropriety while the Nevada Code of Judicial Conduct has held that "a judge is 
disqualified whenever the judge's impartiality might reasonably be questioned." 
However the Nevada Supreme Court, following the U.S. Supreme Court in Caperton 
v. A. T.  Massey Coal Co., 129 S. Ct. 2252 (2009), has expressly rejected proposals 
that would dictate what amount of political contribution would give rise to a judicial 
disqualification....


Nevada Judge Steps Aside Again in Light of Campaign Contributions

Lauren Ketchum March 30th, 2012 | Category: Recusal
Nevada District Judge Brent Adams has recused himself from a case for the 
second time after concerns that campaign money he received from one of 
the parties created an “appearance of impropriety.”











SEE ALSO: 


To Ensure Fair Courts, Group Urges Strong Recusal Rules
November 20th, 2012 | Category: Recusal
Citing an explosion of big spending on judicial elections as 
documented by Justice at Stake, the Center for American Progress 
has issued a policy paper entitled, “Strong Recusal Rules Are Crucial 
to Judicial Integrity.”

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Justice at Stake Executive Director Bert Brandenburg called for more rigorous recusal rules in a Chicago Tribune op-ed in September 2011. He wrote:
“If judges are going to accept the spoils of big money politics, they must accept a new duty: deciding when to step aside to assure justice. After all, judges are supposed to be accountable to the Constitution, not special-interest supporters. They take an oath to deliver due process under the law without regard to who voted for them or spent the most to help elect them.”


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