Smith Hiatt Diaz and HSBC – Order to Show Cause Why Plaintiff and Plaintiff’s Attorneys Should Not be Held in Contempt and Sanctioned

“FAILURE TO APPEAR AT THE ABOVE HEARING SHALL BE GROUNDS FOR CONTEMPT AND FOR SANCTIONS TO INCLUDE FINES, COSTS, ATTORNEYS FEES, DISMISSAL AND/OR INCARCERATION AS DEEMED APPROPRIATE.”

DONE AND ORDERED

Janette Dunnigan, Chief Judge

For failure to appear again and again and again and again and again…

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Order to Show Cause Why Plaintiff and Plaintiff’s Attorneys Should Not be Held in Contempt and Sanctioned

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3 Responses to “Smith Hiatt Diaz and HSBC – Order to Show Cause Why Plaintiff and Plaintiff’s Attorneys Should Not be Held in Contempt and Sanctioned”
  1. Someone’s got some explaining to do!!!

  2. maia says:

    Why don’t the Plaintiff’s lose the case when they don’t show up? Can anyone explain this legally?

    • It appears from the service information on the order that the defendants are not represented, so they don’t know that they can use the Plaintiff’s counsel’s misconduct as a basis upon which to move for dismissal.

      I expect that there is also a fatal flaw in the paperwork which has resulted in Plaintiff’s counsel not showing up for summary judgment hearings. Of course, if they know that it is flawed, they should have voluntarily dismissed the case, but the banksters at HSBC might not want them to do so. As a result, these attorneys are just following orders. I wonder how that defense will be received by the judge.

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