Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Leesfield Appeals Judge Freeman's Arbitration Order

Notice of Appeal

I guess somebody was unhappy with Judge Freeman's order denying arbitration and allowing preliminary discovery to proceed.

Briefing on this should be interesting.

BTW, my read of Rule 9.130(f) is that a stay pending appeal is discretionary and discovery could therefore proceed in accordance with Judge Freeman's order.

Play nice, kids!

10 comments:

  1. WAY TOO LATE to play nice in this case.

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  2. What, who isn't happy about the order? Why waste more time?

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  3. Open up the books Lee baby!!

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  4. Ah, thanks! This settled up some contradictions I've heard.

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  5. NOW WHO ISN'T PLAYING NICE? Hickory dickory dock, the partners ran out the clock. Th eclock struck one, leesfield is done, hickory dickory dock.

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  6. Ira cannot possibly clean up all 30years worth of lies, theft and deception toward his partners and clients....please please make him open those books

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  7. Not so fast. It might be quite embarrassing. For many people in high places.

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  8. Lee Lee, my friend, "pop goes the weasel."

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  9. This was a very well-written and enjoyable post to read.I like the way you describe all the things in this post.Keep it up.keep blogging.

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  10. Ira: Come out, come out, wherever you are.

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