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Jared Beck Dings Donald Trump for Sanctions!

I guess I'm a sucker for the underdog, but I almost always root for David to beat Goliath, for Luke to blow up the Death Star, for the Tri-Lambs to beat the Alpha-Betas, I could go on but you get my drift.

As that old French guy once said, "[i]n its majestic equality, the law forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges, beg in the streets, and steal loaves of bread."

That's why an order like this is always intriguing -- real estate big shot Donald Trump and his company sanctioned by Judge Williams for failing to disclose a potentially applicable $5 million insurance policy.

Judge Williams has been a fairly conservative jurist since joining the bench, so there must be an interesting back story here.

(Oh bearded one, feel free to weigh in if you are so inclined.)


  1. Holy crap. Docket entries in the 400's.

  2. yeah, I want to hear more about this. Seems like if theres insurance coverage, it inures to everyone's benefit to get that out in the open, no?

  3. What are the sanctions?

  4. Read the order dipshit


  6. Funny reading Herman the Vermin talking about disclosure of insurance information in the DBR today. Thought he was a plaintiff's guy. Or is he just a pay check guy. Yeah that's the ticket.


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