On Mon, 22 Aug 2005 22:07:09 GMT, [email protected] (Keith Henson) wrote:
>RTC. RTC is already a party, but not a party to the Dezotell et al.
>motion. The attorneys in the Dezotell civil case cost almost $25,000.
>The named parties are penurious (Sea Org members are paid no more than
>$50 a week) so who paid for it? Debtor knows the papers were prepared
>by Mr. Rosen's office because extraneous papers from other cases in
>his office were accidentally attached to the original service.
>(Posting August 22, 2001, Exhibit M.) Neither he nor any members of
>his firm were ever named as attorneys of record. It raises a question
>of how many parties are actually before court as creditors. For the
>purpose of answering this question debtor requests the following
>persons be added as parties:
>David L. Cook, the current attorney for Dezotell et al.
I got a phone call from Mr. Cook this evening. We agreed to disagree about a number of matters including his reluctance to say if he knows anything about the PI who went after me here in Brantford and is now charged with assault.
It seems he needs to be able to say we had a frank exchange of views before he whines to Judge Weissbrodt.
I looked him up on the net before and he seems to occupy a niche in the bankruptcy biz.
Results 1 - 10 of about 81 for Cook Perkiss & Lew
"Even though the bankruptcy court found Cook had acted "cavalierly" and "nonchalantly" in violation of the stay, it did not find that Cook or Bi-Rite acted with sufficient recklessness or egregiousness to warrant punitive damages. The bankruptcy court has considerable discretion in granting or denying punitive damages under § 362(h), and we cannot say that it abused that discretion in this case."
This is an appeal where someone went after Cook, his law firm and some clients with a RICO action. The district court (properly I think) dismissed the RICO action and it was affirmed by the 9th.
Winding your way through Chapter 11 disclosure ... Business Credit; July 1, 1995; Cook, David ... of time, with the least restrictions on its conduct. David J. Cook is a partner in the law firm of Cook, Perkiss, & Lew, San Francisco. [C] David J. Cook, Esq., 1995). Reprinted with the permission of International ...
And somehow his firm did $763 of business with the army.
Product/Service Cameras, Still Picture
Government Contracting Office ACA, Fort Irwin Principal Place of
Performance Fort Irwin, California
(San Bernardino County)
Claimant Program SERVICES
Weapon System NOT DISCERNABLE OR CLASSIFIED
Contract Count 1 Contract Dollar Amount $763
From Date 04/18/2003 To Date 04/18/2003
The amount of money might be right for a photographer but it is chicken feed for a law firm unless they dropped 3 zeros.
Perhaps Phil could look into this. I know CIA projects are sometimes run through the Army because my Dad did it in Korea. In fact, he arranged for a hundred CIA agents to just vanish.
There is a legal article in a rather unusual style here.
I am a bit busy to follow up on this, but if someone wants to look into the rest of the links I would appreciate it.