SEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS ORDERS APPELLEE PURE FISING INC TO RESPOND TO STOLLER JURISDICTIONAL MEMORANDUM
Lance G. Johnson Esq
CHICAGO-(AEAE)-THE SEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS HAS ORDERED Appellee to file a response to Stoller's Jurisdictional Memorandum by Novermber 24, 2009. Stoller appealed a Northern District of Illinois Judge William J. Hibbler decision granting Pure Fishing's motion to dismiss. Stoller never received the Pure Fishing Motion to dismiss. Dispite that fact Judge Hibbler granted the Pure Fishing Motion to Dismiss. Stoller filed a motion for reconsideration which was denied by Judge Hibbler. The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeal sue sponte order Stoller to file a Jurisdictional Statement. Stoller went back before Judge Hibbler and the Judge stated that his order was final and appealable. Now the Seventh Circuit wants to hear from Pure Fishing. Lance G. Johnson from the law firm of Roylance, Abrams, Berdo and Goodman represents Pure Fishing. Stoller moved to disqualify Johnson for abusing the legal system by avoiding service of process of a criminal contempt summons. Johnson who has billed Pure Fishing Inc over $450,000 for legal work performed in Illinois has denied in a 100 million dollar Illinois defamation case that Stoller has filed against that Illinois Courts do not have personal jurisdiction over Johnson because he has little contact with Illinois.
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