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In RE David J. Stern Withdrawal Letters

In RE David J. Stern Withdrawal Letters

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Published by: Foreclosure Fraud on Apr 13, 2011
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Legalprise, Inc.
 olenick@legalprise.comTel: 561-847-3443
April 12, 2011Hon. Chief Judge Peter D. BlancPalm Beach County Main Judicial Complex, Room 5.2500205 N. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33401
IN RE: David J. Stern Withdrawal Letters
 Dear Chief Judge Blanc,My name is Michael Olenick. I'm the founder and CEO of Legalprise, Inc., a PBC-based litigationsupport and data analysis company, based just a couple miles from the Palm Beach County courthouse. Iwork only for attorneys, and for the past two years I've been focused solely on foreclosure fraud.I noticed the letters going back and forth between you, on behalf of the PBC judiciary, and David J.Stern, on behalf of his collapsed law firm, in reference to his demands for a change in the FL Rules of CivilProcedure to allow mass ex-parte motions without notice to the opposing party. Stern -- who lives on a largehouse on a private island in Ft. Lauderdale, says he is too poor to notice the opposing party. I'd like to offera solution.To bootstrap Legalprise -- that is, find the initial startup capital -- I mailed letters on behalf of foreclosure defense attorneys. My computers created FL Bar approved letters, on behalf of attorney's, to maildefendants when a case was filed, and optionally when a hearing or sale was scheduled.The system itself actually ended up not only funding the company but was also an inadvertent publicservice; you wouldn't believe the number of defendants that had no idea that a hearing or sale were scheduledin their cases. Quite a few defendants did not even know they were in foreclosure because they were inadvanced modification discussions and their bank told them not to worry; they had never been served.But .. I digress.I'd be happy to use the Legalprise mail engine to find and notice all Palm Beach County defendantsin cases filed by David J. Stern's firm. For accuracy, it would be useful if Stern would cooperate and tell uswhich lawyers were working for him on which dates -- so that we can cross-reference Stern filings by Bar ID-- but if he is too busy we can probably figure it out on our own. Likewise, if we could get their last knownaddress from court records, which we would use for no other purpose than this, it would make life easier butit isn't vital. Somehow my tiny company managed for years to do the task that Stern cannot afford to, even ashe still lives what looks like a lavish lifestyle.

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