This time is really good. Sex with a client. Something tells me Slabbed may just get the blow by blow on this one. Those interested in Becnel’s first rodeo with the ODC should click here. I’ll note we’re having this problem in North Mississippi as well. Stay tuned.
You gotta admit, this has been a tough couple of years for the sons of the Kings of Torts. Zach Scruggs was railroaded into copping a plea to a crime he did not commit and Daniel Becnel III appears to be a simple fool. I’ll also add being “The Turd” has been tough lately too as … Continue reading ““And the quarterback is toast….” Son of self proclaimed King of Torts Daniel Becnel suspended for a year by the ODC.”
In fact here is the exact quote via Levees.org: This ruling is obscenely obnoxious. It’s as though the panel said in March that a red light is red, and supplied an abundance of reasons and precedents that the red light is red. But now, the panel says the red light is green, and says it … Continue reading “Levees.org gets reaction from Attorney Joe Bruno on the 5th Circuit tossing Katrina Canal Breaches: “This is politics, not law.””
“These guys are the worst of hypocrites that you can possibly find,” said Roger Chadderdon, technology counsel at Cataphora. “They claim to be trying to help the little guy, but what they’re doing is trying to put more money in their own pockets. Everybody knows that, but this is a case that illustrates it beyond … Continue reading “BREAKING: Self described King of Torts gets his ass kicked in California”
After the the Class-Action-that-didn’t-happen early on in Hurricane Katrina litigation, alternative resolution was made available. According to the website of the Jackson office of Baker Donelson, this option was the “brainchild” of the former assistant commissioner of the Mississippi Insurance Department (MID) and current Baker Donelson attorney, Lee Harrell: Established the MID Hurricane Katrina Mediation … Continue reading “Twice right – Attorney General Jim Hood asks Judge Barbier to oversee BP claims settlement”
“BP is responsible for this leak — BP will be paying the bill…” Mr. Obama met with Governor Bobby Jindal of Louisiana upon the arrival of Air Force One in New Orleans. Then he went to Venice for two hours — by road, rather than helicopter, because of inclement weather — to look at the … Continue reading “Slicked and Slabbed”
After I published yesterday’s post on the arrest of prominent class action lawyer William H “Hugh” Sibley a reader sent me some court docs from Louisiana’s Eastern District that lent some needed context to why an otherwise highly successful class action lawyer would allegedly become mixed up with Mexican drug runners. The answer is simple – … Continue reading “The Advocate lends background on Hugh Sibley’s unshareable need”