Attorney-at-Law

“IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH”

In Uncategorized on 01/26/2022 at 16:07

I’m sure Judge Patrick J (“Scholar At”) Urda stands by those words, and I’m also sure he strongly believes others should do likewise. And when it comes to extensions of time to file an opening brief after trial, he certainly applies those words in Russell E. Barrios, Docket No. 19089-17, filed 1/26/22.

Russ went to trial back in November, IRS filed its simultaneous opening brief a week ago, but Russ’ trusty attorney, claiming health issues, asked for more time.

Judge Scholar Pat gives him until Valentine’s Day. ” No further extensions will be granted.” Order, at p.1.

So whether or not you pledged your Valentine in those famous old words, when Judge Scholar Pat is on the case after four years percolating through the system, your brief is due “in sickness and in health.”

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