On this page the following entries were made in the “June, 2007” time-frame.
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But I never thought you'd take down the link to the press release, and it's got me wondering, why?
What the heck?
I sent a buddy of mine over to your website to check out the amended version of the press release about this case.
My objective was to prove to him your office had stepped up and done the right thing by removing that ridiculous Nifongish headline . . .
Continue reading “Poof City!” »
The "commerical use" prohibition in the Public Records Act is narrowly defined and applies ONLY to "lists of individuals."
I am astounded at the position your office takes with regard to public records access.
What the heck happened to open access per the Public Records Act (PRA) and more pointedly, how in the world did your staff get so far off track here?
Continue reading “I Call BULLSHIT, #23” »
"But don't you mean the final, final, final?" I'd say. We'd been promised "the final" so many times I'd lost count by then.
Mike Rankin was a partner who absolutely screwed us over, costing my company, Fiscal Dynamics, Inc., somewhere in the neighborhood of $250k.
But that was nothing compared to years we wasted dealing with him on our projects.
Continue reading “The Rank & File” »
So yes, we threw the deadbeat tenants' butts out on to the street without giving it a second thought.
Key to your case against me is locating sellers in foreclosure I rescued who were subsequently evicted from their homes.
That’s the common “foreclosure rescue scam” scenario and all your office understands, frankly. And that’s why my deposition focused in part on Butch the Biker’s property, a little place up near Tukwila.
Continue reading “So you evicted him, Mr. Kaiser?” »
That's K-A-I-S-E-R. And right after my name, in parentheses, I want you to write 'my worst nightmare.'
Richard was a sleazebag attorney who’d just been disciplined by the state bar for abusing his client, but that wasn’t the half of it.
Because what Richard wasn’t saying was there were more than a few such clients in his past, and one of them happened to be mine.
Continue reading ““My worst nightmare”” »