Attorney-at-Law

RTFC REVISITED

In Uncategorized on 03/12/2019 at 15:23

Except 11 Cir. Says He Didn’t

Surely all y’all will remember Judge Nega employing the terms of the above acronym in my blogpost “RTFC – Part Deux,” 6/14/17.

Well, back two months ago 11 Cir. was confronted with both la famille Watts and IRS agreeing that the hedgefundie had no preferential rights to the $35 million that Judge Nega thought they had. It seems the hedgefundie never exercised its rights thereto. Here’s the unpublished per cur tossback. And one of IRS’ victorious counsel was none other than Patrick J. (“Scholar Pat”) Urda, now Judge Scholar Pat.

So today we have Ch J Maurice B (“Mighty Mo”) bucking la famille Watts (Thomas E. Watts & Mary E. Watts, et al., Docket No. 18882-13, filed 3/12/19) back to Judge Nega, with a list of issues to be considered.

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