Sunday, November 03, 2013
Florida Attorney David J. Stern to be Disbarred Due to Foreclosure “Tsunami”, Karma, I Still Have an Open Lawsuit Filed Against This Clown. Attorney for David J. Stern Law Firm Fumbles the Ball in $25 Million Dollar Lawsuit, The Stern “Motion to Dismiss” Denied by Sarasota Judge. Monday December 27th, 2010 at 4:00 pm…In what should have been a slam dunk for attorney Michelle Mason representing defendants David J. Stern, the Stern Law Firm and two additional Stern attorneys, a Sarasota Judge denied her Motion to Dismiss the $25 Million dollar lawsuit filed against them by Sarasota private investigator Bill Warner, see court records click here. There are several precedents in Florida law that provide immunity for an attorney’s actions in civil cases, from the District Court of Appeals Florida to the Supreme Court of Florida, it is pretty much common knowledge that you can not sue an attorney for his/her actions during the course of civil litigation, but that did not stop me and now the case will continue to the Discovery Phase and the Deposition Phase, oh by the way, I do not have an attorney and I am acting as my own attorney, “Pro Se” in court during the oral arguments with the Stern Law Firm.
Perez found the root cause of many problems was Stern’s acceptance of a “tsunami” of foreclosure cases from major lenders which he then placed in the hands of his overloaded associates, most of whom were new and inexperienced. In 2008, these lawyers averaged more than 1,600 cases each, according to her report. Six circuit judges testified about the problems Stern or his associates caused in their courtrooms. The report described the filing of falsified documents, and lawyers skipping court hearings and ignoring court orders. “His failure to exercise care resulted in massive injury to the system,” Perez wrote.