Plaintiffs must prove agency relationship!
Mortgage Promissory notes are not necessarily negotiable!
“Our” courts must defend the Rule of Law, Protect Consumers and not cave into the failed and corrupt business practices of the banks and their servicer/agents!
This was a hard fought case. A case I am determined not to let go down. It was wrong that I lost at trial, (something that very rarely happens) so I appealed. I was very, very encouraged that the 2nd DCA accepted Oral Arguments on the case and, as you watch the video, you’ll see that these very bright judges dug deep into these arguments.
In many ways, this case is yet another bellwether for this nation. Where are we heading as a country? Well, from where we sit today that’s real clear. The question presented in this appeal is,
“Where will this nation go from here?”
If there is any appellate court that I think would issue the hard opinions, Florida’s Second District Court of Appeals is it. Tough, brilliant judges who do heavy intellectual lifting. What an honor to enter courtroom and argue the big issues with the brightest legal minds!
Please watch these oral arguments and share with me your best criticisms, your best commentary, tell me what you think!
After reviewing the playback, especially after my intimate familiarity with the precise facts of this case, I am certain the arguments I presented represent the correct interpretation of law. The question is, will these correct issues of law prevail over the overwrought failures of the banking industry?
So much of what the opposing side was arguing was just plain wrong….but that didn’t stop them from making those arguments…compare their misstatements with the actual facts and proceedings at trial.
I hope the argument honors the great Max Gardner, one of the early fathers of the negotiability argument and April Charney for the standing at inception argument!~!
(And then to an extraordinary associate, Michael Fuino)
And the briefs and transcript: