Elam v. Bank of New York

Appellant: Brett A. Elam
Appellee: Bank of New York
Case Number: 9:2017cv81289
Filed: November 27, 2017
Court: Florida Southern District Court
Office: West Palm Beach Office
County: Palm Beach (Office: West Palm Beach)
Referring Judge: James M. Hopkins
Presiding Judge: Robin L. Rosenberg
Nature of Suit: Appeal
Cause of Action: 28:0158
Jury Demanded By: None

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Date Filed#Document Text
June 19, 2018 40 Opinion or Order of the Court ORDER AFFIRMING BANKRUPTCY COURT DECISION AND DENYING WITHOUT PREJUDICE INTERVENORS MOTION FOR ATTORNEYS FEES Motions terminated: 31 MOTION for Attorney Fees for Frivolous Appeal (Bankruptcy Rule 8020(a)) filed by Kim Crawford. Signed by Judge Robin L. Rosenberg on 6/19/18. (rms1) Modified to "opinion" on 6/21/2018 (wc).

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Appellant: Brett A. Elam
Represented By: Brett Allen Elam
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Appellee: Bank of New York
Represented By: Gary Michael Freedman
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