Wednesday, April 28, 2010

3d DCA Watch -- The Night They Cancelled 3d DCA Watch


Hi kids, what do you all think of those facacta Goldman Sachs emails? Seriously, what kind of intelligent professional puts that kind of stuff in writing?

I also love the secret code used for discussions too sensitive to put in writing -- "LDL."

Not exactly the Enigma Code, fellas.

On to the bunker, where the distressing lack of work product has caused this humble blog to cancel today's 3d DCA Watch.

LDL, you know what I mean?

Oh wait, there is one opinion worth noting:

Venezia Lakes v. Precious Homes:

Pure bills of discovery? Do those even exist anymore?

Not really:

As this Court stated in Kirlin v. Green, 955 So. 2d 28, 29 (Fla. 3d DCA 2007), although a “pure bill of discovery remains part of our legal system, its use and usefulness diminished greatly when Florida relaxed its pleading requirements to authorize liberal discovery.” In the absence of an adequate legal remedy, it “may be used to identify potential defendants and theories of liability and to obtain information necessary for meeting a condition precedent to filing suit.” Mendez v. Cochran, 700 So. 2d 46, 47 (Fla. 4th DCA 1997); see also Debt Settlement Adm’rs, LLC v. Antigua & Barbuda, 950 So. 2d 464, 465 (Fla. 3d DCA 2007); JM Family Enters., Inc. v. Freeman, 758 So. 2d 1175, 1176 (Fla. 4th DCA 2000); Trak Microwave Corp. v. Culley, 728 So. 2d 1177, 1178 (Fla. 2d DCA 1998). However, a bill of discovery may not be used “as a fishing expedition to see if causes of action exist.” Publix Supermarkets, Inc. v. Frazier, 696 So .2d 1369, 1371 (Fla. 4th DCA 1997). Nor is it available simply to obtain a preview of discovery obtainable once suit is filed. Mendez, 700 So. 2d at 47.

Ok, that seems totally contradictory.

But they're not done:
As stated above, it is well established that a pure bill of discovery does not lie to see if a cause of action exists, nor has it ever been available to aid a potential plaintiff in determining the extent of its damages. Precious Homes’ claim that it cannot determine a theory of liability when it is claiming an overcharge in violation of the agreement is without merit.
In other words, just file a lawsuit.

32 comments:

  1. foist! First. Furst.

    Cinco de shumie is going to be an amazing blowout bash.

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  2. sing it soul sistah...

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  3. Now there's an obscure reference to a character that dropped off the face of the so fla legal scene. Next we're going to get fake Jack Block and fake May Cain and fake murray klein references.

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  4. SFL, you planning a cinco de chevy with the latina princess?

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  5. Calling the shumie @ 4:30pm.

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  6. The Day The Shumie Cried.

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  7. Unless SFL has a scratch he cant itch and requires the princess to affectionately scratch it, the two will be locked in the chevy.

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  8. Actually,

    that's the night that the lights went out in Georgia. Uh huh. That's the night that they hung an innocent man. Uh huh.
    Don't trust your soul to no back woods Southern Lawyer,

    Cause the judge in the town s'got bloodstains on his hands.

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  9. 12:52– The Day the Shumie Cried-- What does that even mean?

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  10. sing it soul sistah at 1:25.

    You go gurlly.

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  11. @1:37,-February 3, 1959.

    The Day The Music Died, Shumie Cried.

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  12. "But Rosie, you're alright, you wear my ring. When you hold me tight, Rosie that's my thing. When you turn out the light, I got to hand it to me. Looks like it's me and you again tonight, Rosie."

    SFL-- feel free to insert your choice of name

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  13. The comments on the this blog are so screwed it makes it the superfly of legal blogs. It's batsh#t crazy. Keep up the ace work. All thats missing, a beer bong.

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  14. if they’re not fooling around in the chevy perhaps on a tractor-- heh-heh.

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  15. You never realize 'American Pie' is seven minutes long until your boss makes you sing it for karaoke.


    Didnt comedian Paul Shanklin made a parody of the version sung from Barack Obama's viewpoint regarding the healthcare plan for America?

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  16. What about the night Chicago died?

    Yes indeed.

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  17. Tears of joy Shumie cries on cinco de mayo

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  18. Shumie for Al CaponeApril 28, 2010 at 3:54 PM

    Calling the shumie @ 4 in Chi-Town.

    Will be there for cinco de shumie.

    Will bring booze.

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  19. The comments on this blog are proof that lawyering kills brain cells.

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  20. This here is our cinco de shumie

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  21. SFLs' Chevy License plate

    GRD OF EDN

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  22. SLTN OF MIA

    HRM GRL

    SHGR-LA

    DO NT DSTR

    WNDSRF

    7 VEILS

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  23. sfl- cinco de shumie-- popping the cork, releasing the harem girls, dance the seven veils

    lucky bastard

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  24. Shumie Time Ref-- can ST be called inadvanced-- requesting permission for 29 April @ 4:30pm?

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  25. Im LMAO but SFL-- you ever 'windsurf' to Old MacDonald had a farm?

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  26. 4:25, Shumie Time Handbook Rules and Regulations.

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  27. Breaking News on NBC 6 Tonight at 6pm don't miss the news at 6pm!

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  28. Independence Day: Crist Likely to Drop GOP Label

    If you can't beat 'em, screw 'em!

    3:54, Hey history buff--1968 riots that accompanied the Democratic convention. Ain't got nothing to do with Capone.

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  29. 4:32, no but I'm willing to give it a try.

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  30. Did you catch NBC 6 News?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMOf8_lZT1U

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