Nowdy sometime after we had several martinis last night I think I remember Belle agreeing to author some posts for us on slabbed. Belle is a yellowdog democrat like our friend Steve. I look forward to her posts and bet they’ll be both different in viewpoint and interesting.
Besides Belle we’d like to welcome those who clicked to us from the ABA Law Journal. Nowdy who wudda ever thunk it back in March?
Nowdy makes a fantastic garlic/apricot stuffed pork tenderloin roulade. Along with the martinis that I mixed she served us a baby spinach and strawberry salad and potatoes. We visited late into the night. Belle hugged me twice. 😳 It ain’t just anybody than can say they’ve been hugged by an authentic southern Belle. 😉
And then up at 6 for a long long day. Say goodnight Gracie.
Although there has been no Discovery – or preparation for Discovery – in ex el Rigsby v State Farm, the Qui Tam claim filed by the Rigsby sisters, State Farm has conducted what, for lack of another way to convey, could be called back-door and/or “ex parte discovery” through other cases. (discussed in the slabbed post on State Farm’s latest motion in their attempt to disqualify the Rigsby sisters’ Qui Tam attorneys.)
Yesterday’s Order issued by Magistrate Judge Robert Walker – while denying 7-of-8 motions filed by State Farm in McIntosh v State Farm – denied the 8th in part only and started a 15-day clock for Dickie and Zach Scruggs to turn offer the following items, according to a related story in today’s Sun Herald. Continue reading “State Farm tries the backdoor to Qui Tam – again – Court denies 7 of 8 State Farm motions in total, 1 in part”