November 28, 2017

Docket Watch

This is our Docket Watch.  A place where we post links to significant cases that could impact you.  When you click on the link you will be directed to another page that provides you with an overview of the case.  From there you can then access a copy of the case docket and review all the various documents that have been filed with the court.

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CFR v. Padilla – a case currently before the Eastern District of California regarding representation                                                                                                Last updated on March 12, 2018

Stafne v. Zilly et al – a case currently before the Western District of Washington regarding whether or not senior Judges are truly Article III Judge                   Last updated on March 2, 2018

LaVergne et al v. US House of Representatives et al – a case currently before the US District Court for the District of Columbia regarding the number of representatives in the US House of Representatives                                                                                                                                                                   Last updated on March 5, 2018



Robertson v GMAC LLC, et al – A Petition for Writ of Certiorari was just filed in this ongoing case that originated in King County Superior Court.  Mr. Robertson has taken this journey through the courts as a pro se litigant and with representation seeking justice in this case.  Some 5 years later he is now with the US Supreme Court hoping to get justice there.  A victory here will certainly change how cases are removed from state to federal jurisdiction and courts.  The provisions in question are 28 U.S.C. § 1446(b)(2)(A) (Procedure for Removal of Civil Actions) and 28 U.S.C. § 1441(a) (Removal of Civil Actions)

This case also asks whether attorneys who collude together to commit fraud on the court for purposes of removing a case to federal court should be sanctioned pursuant to the inherent power of the court and/or 28 U.S.C. § 1927 (Counsel’s Liability for Excessive Costs).

This is an important read for anyone currently going through or facing possible foreclosure on their home.  This case DISTRIBUTED for Conference of 3/16/2018.