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Fairholme doesn't agree with FHFA's interpretation of the recent El Paso decision, and a copy of Mr. Cooper's letter to the D.C. Circuit expressing that is attached to this e-mail message.14-5243-1653560
Judge Chang entered a Minute Order yesterday rescheduling the status hearing for 11:00 a.m. on Feb. 16, 2017. A copy of the notice of that order is attached to this e-mail message.16-02107-0065
Three events occurred today in Ms. Robinson's appeal pending in the Sixth Circuit: (A) Gerard J. Sinzdak, Esq., entered his appearance (Doc. 17) as another DOJ lawyer representing Treasury; (B) the Clerk made a notation (Doc. 18) on the docket saying the "Mediation Office is no longer involved in this appeal"; and (C) Ms. Robinson filed an unopposed motion ...
The Federal Circuit entered an order today accepting Mr. Sammons' Supplemental Reply Brief, and a copy of that order is attached to this e-mail message.17-1015-0024
14-5243_Documents Howard Cayne at Arnold & Porter, representing FHFA, delivered a letter to the D.C. Circuit yesterday, and a copy of that letter is attached to this e-mail message. Mr. Cayne advises the D.C. Circuit about a recent development in one of the cases cited by the Class Plaintiffs on page 6 of their Reply Brief (Doc. 1602880). The Class ...
Judge Contreras entered an order this afternoon dismissing Mr. Voacolo's lawsuit because, among other lapses, he didn't respond to FHFA and Treasury's motions to dismiss. A copy of the order is attached to this e-mail message.16-01324-0017
Judge Atlas has scheduled an Initial Conference at 2:00 p.m. on Mon., Jan. 30, in Houston, Tex., and a copy of a notice to that effect is attached to this e-mail message.16-cv-03113-0021
Judge Sweeney entered an order this afternoon granting the government's request. The government's explanation is due 21 days after the Federal Circuit rules on the pending mandamus petition. A copy of the order is attached to this e-mail message.13-465-0351
The government proposes that Judge Sweeney set the deadline for it to provide an explanation about why it should not be required to pay Fairholme's costs to bring the motion to compel at 21 days following after the Federal Circuit releases its decision. A copy of the government's request is attached to this e-mail message.13-465-0350