Hi kids, this week the Bunkerites elected to issue a few written utterances!
It's almost as if a group of decision-makers thought through a legal issue and then decided to write their thoughts down so others could review their thoughts, and perhaps be guided in future cases by them, or potentially distinguish some future situation from a past situation if the facts or law are somewhat different.
REWJB v. Bombardier:
Lauri Waldham Ross puts another notch in her belt.
Forbes v. Lehner Law:
Statute of limitations defense does not bar clawback suit against lawyer.
Sweetapple v. Simmons:
More lawyer legal cases -- this time involving whether trust account wire receipts are privileged.
Not surprisingly, they are not:
The issue presented is whether the trust account wire receipts are protected by the attorney-client privilege. Because this financial information is not privileged in the hands of the client, it is not privileged in the hands of the attorney.Ok, here's a case where an opinion may not have been necessary.
It's Schnebly Time!