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Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Fri Apr 17, 2015 8:05 pm
by Northland10
Nothing can ever sit too long with Orly. Docket update.







04/10/2015 33 Filed (ECF) Appellant Orly Taitz in 13-56253 EMERGENCY Motion to strike portion of 1) Portions of Appellees' Excerpts of Record; 2) Appellees' Answering Brief; and 3) Monetary Sanctions. Date of service: 04/10/2015. [9492203] [13-56253, 13-56250] (JC) [Entered: 04/10/2015 05:00 PM]



04/16/2015 34 Filed (ECF) Appellees Go Excel Global, Lisa Liberi and Lisa M. Ostella in 13-56253, 13-56250 response opposing motion (motion to strike portion or whole of document). Date of service: 04/16/2015. [9498777] [13-56253, 13-56250] --[COURT UPDATE: Attached corrected response. 04/16/2015 by TL] (SHM) [Entered: 04/16/2015 03:09 PM]



04/17/2015 35 Filed clerk order (Deputy Clerk: ELF): To the extent that defendant-appellant’s April 10, 2015 motion requests an expedited ruling, this request is denied. All remaining requests included in the motion are referred to the panel assigned to decide the merits of this appeal for whatever consideration the panel deems appropriate. Briefing is complete. [9500456] [13-56250, 13-56253] (WL) [Entered: 04/17/2015 03:44 PM]





Orly's was 77 pages and the response, 107. After my last Pacer bill, I am thinking I might want to hold off on this one (that, and reading Liberi v Taitz gives me a headache). Sorry.



I have no clue what "emergency" she is claiming for a reason to strike the reply from last October. Maybe she's worried that, by the time the court gets to it, Berg will be off of suspension.

Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Tue Jun 30, 2015 9:22 pm
by Northland10


Since there was stuff, here is a docket update for the 9th circuit.04/27/2015     41     Mail returned on 04/24/2015 addressed to The Law Offices of Philip J. Berg in 13-56253, re: Court order filed on 04/17/2015 [39].Forward time exp rtn to send. Resending to: casefiles- no forwarding address. [9516237] [13-56250, 13-56253] (JFF) [Entered: 04/27/2015 03:48 PM]04/27/2015     42     Filed clerk order (Deputy Clerk: ELF): To the extent that appellant’s April 24, 2015 motion requests an expedited ruling, this request is denied. The response to the motion is due May 4, 2015. The optional reply is due within 7 days after service of the response. Briefing is complete. [9516333] [13-56250, 13-56253] (RT) [Entered: 04/27/2015 04:18 PM]04/27/2015     43     Filed (ECF) Appellees Go Excel Global, Lisa Liberi and Lisa M. Ostella in 13-56253, 13-56250 response opposing motion (motion for miscellaneous relief (to be used only if no other relief applies)). Date of service: 04/27/2015. [9516520] [13-56253, 13-56250] (SHM) [Entered: 04/27/2015 06:56 PM]05/04/2015     44     Filed (ECF) Appellant Defend Our Freedoms Foundations, Inc. in 13-56250 reply to response (). Date of service: 05/04/2015. [9524789] [13-56250, 13-56253] (OT) [Entered: 05/04/2015 10:27 PM]06/26/2015     45     Filed clerk order (Deputy Clerk: ELF): Defendant-Appellant Defend Our Freedoms Foundations, Inc. filed a “motion to strike first amended complaint” on April 24, 2015 in appeal No. 13- 56250. On April 27, 2015, this court denied defendant-appellant’s request for an expedited ruling on the motion. All remaining requests included in the motion are referred to the panel assigned to decide the merits of this appeal for whatever consideration the panel deems appropriate. Briefing is complete. [9589914] [13-56250, 13-56253] (WL) [Entered: 06/26/2015 01:06 PM] I think the court may want to change their wording from "briefing is complete" to "briefing is complete so stop filing extra crap you Moldavian muttonhead." 

Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Jul 01, 2015 1:43 am
by Orlylicious


I swear when I first read it it said "Birfing is complete" [9589914] [13-56250, 13-56253] (WL) [Entered: 06/26/2015 01:06 PM] !

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Tue Sep 29, 2015 7:46 pm
by Northland10
Docket update:
09/29/2015 43 Notice of Oral Argument on Monday, December 7, 2015 - 09:00 A.M. - Courtroom 2 - Pasadena CA.

View the Oral Argument Calendar for your case here.

When you have reviewed the calendar, download the ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF HEARING NOTICE form, complete the form, and file it via Appellate ECF or return the completed form to: PASADENA Office.
[9700403] [13-56250, 13-56253] (LN) [Entered: 09/29/2015 01:54 PM]

09/29/2015 44 Filed (ECF) Acknowledgment of hearing notice. Location: Pasadena. Filed by Attorney Doctor Orly Taitz, Esquire for Appellant Defend Our Freedoms Foundations, Inc.. [9700842] [13-56250] (OT) [Entered: 09/29/2015 03:38 PM]
I wonder if they have hired a cleaner for the courtroom. It may require some extra care after the poo-flinging that is Taitz v Liberi.

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Tue Sep 29, 2015 7:49 pm
by kate520
Is this BOTG material? Anyone want to join me for this trip down memory lane?

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Tue Sep 29, 2015 7:56 pm
by Family Liberty Patriot
Very slow time for me; if this goes off, Mrs. B. and I might come up and make a day of it.

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Tue Sep 29, 2015 7:56 pm
by bob
kate520 wrote:Is this BOTG material?
Shirley you must be joking: Of course this is BOTG material! The 9th:
Lisa Liberi v. Orly Taitz - Orly Taitz appeals the district court's order denying her motion to strike a complaint under California's Anti-SLAPP statute in an underlying defamation action, arising when Taitz allegedly attacked Philip Berg in social media. [8:11-cv-00485-AG-AJW]
Given Berg's situation, I wonder if anyone will appear at argument for the plaintiffs/appellees.
Edit: Taitz comma!

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Tue Sep 29, 2015 8:01 pm
by Sterngard Friegen
Taitz had a valid SLAPP motion that was denied by the judge because of the poor motion practice by her and her attorneys. And as I recall the appeal brief was pretty bad, too.

So while this was one Taitz should have won in the trial court (at least to a claim or two) and possibly in the Court of Appeals, the result will probably be usual Taitz -- even though she is represented by counsel.

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Tue Sep 29, 2015 8:02 pm
by ZekeB
bob wrote:Given, Berg's situation, I wonder if anyone will appear at argument for the plaintiffs/appellees.
I was just going to say.

Will Taitz finally win one against an empty chair?

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Tue Sep 29, 2015 8:23 pm
by ObjectiveDoubter
Family Liberty Patriot wrote:Very slow time for me; if this goes off, Mrs. B. and I might come up and make a day of it.
Have now marked my calendar for a possible vacation day from work. We haven't had this kind of fun in a while. Hope it happens, and if it does, I'll be there.

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Tue Sep 29, 2015 11:30 pm
by ZekeB
Family Liberty Patriot wrote:Very slow time for me; if this goes off, Mrs. B. and I might come up and make a day of it.
Bring your low pass filtered ear buds.

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 2:18 am
by Mikedunford
ZekeB wrote:
bob wrote:Given, Berg's situation, I wonder if anyone will appear at argument for the plaintiffs/appellees.
I was just going to say.

Will Taitz finally win one against an empty chair?
TBD, I would think. Berg is the appellee, and Taitz therefore bears the burden on appeal. I'm sure that failing to appear at oral argument is bad form, but I'm not sure it would result in an automatic win for Taitz. My guess is that even if Berg no-shows, the panel will probably still consider the arguments in his brief.

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 2:27 am
by jonbeck
Sounds entertaining, I wonder if Taitz will be rallying the monkeys?

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 3:17 am
by GreatGrey
December 7th, eh? Who wants to bet how many Pearl Harbor mentions Lena slips into her argument?

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 5:50 am
by SueDB
GreatGrey wrote:December 7th, eh? Who wants to bet how many Pearl Harbor mentions Lena slips into her argument?
Especially when she crashes and burns.

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 6:37 am
by gatsby
How long ago since she filed this appeal?

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 9:27 am
by bob
gatsby wrote:How long ago since she filed this appeal?
1. July 2013.
2. We're all actually in the wrong thread.* :oops:


* For the noobs: This suit was originally filed in 2009 in Pennsylvania (because that's where Berg lives). It was eventually split into parts, but only the branch involving the California defendants (mainly Taitz) lives on. This is actually the second time this case has been to the 9th, and there still hasn't even been a trial, motion for summary judgment, etc. Assuming the plaintiffs still have the will to persecute prosecute, it won't be finished until Obama leaves office.

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 9:49 am
by MsDaisy
I'm confuzzeled, is this about Taitz & Berg or Taits & Liberi? Jeebus! This crap is still alive over 6 years later?

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 9:54 am
by bob
MsDaisy wrote:I'm confuzzeled, is this about Taitz & Berg or Taits & Liberi? Jeebus! This crap is still alive over 6 years later?
Both, and more!: Berg and Liberi are merely two of the many plaintiffs; Taitz is one of the many defendants. (But those are the primary players at this point.)

And, yes, still alive after six years.

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 9:57 am
by gupwalla
MsDaisy wrote:I'm confuzzeled, is this about Taitz & Berg or Taits & Liberi? Jeebus! This crap is still alive over 6 years later?
Nominally concerns Liberi's claims of defamation against Taitz (and her foundation and her family, because hubby's the one with the deep pockets and Berg wants his payday), but really a pissing match between Taitz and Berg.

I think this particular appeal, though, primarily concerns Taitz and Berg opening up their drawers to see whose is bigger.

The Jarndyce matter was resolved faster than this case.

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 10:17 am
by MsDaisy
gupwalla wrote:
MsDaisy wrote:I'm confuzzeled, is this about Taitz & Berg or Taits & Liberi? Jeebus! This crap is still alive over 6 years later?
Nominally concerns Liberi's claims of defamation against Taitz (and her foundation and her family, because hubby's the one with the deep pockets and Berg wants his payday), but really a pissing match between Taitz and Berg.

I think this particular appeal, though, primarily concerns Taitz and Berg opening up their drawers to see whose is bigger.

The Jarndyce matter was resolved faster than this case.
:lol: That probably sums it up quite nicely!

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 12:08 pm
by Geritol
Will this mean another road show appearance of the Orly Taitz Traveling Medicine Show and Freak Circus at the 9th Circuit in Pasadena?

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 12:32 pm
by bob
Geritol wrote:Will this mean another road show appearance of the Orly Taitz Traveling Medicine Show and Freak Circus at the 9th Circuit in Pasadena?
Yes, provided the panel doesn't order this case submitted on the briefs. But, unlike Grinols, I expect oral argument to be held.

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 1:01 pm
by ZekeB
Watch Taitz do nothing but screech about SLAPP and throw poo at Berg.

Re: Liberi v. Taitz, et al.

Posted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 1:11 pm
by Northland10
bob wrote:
gatsby wrote:How long ago since she filed this appeal?
1. July 2013.
2. We're all actually in the wrong thread.* :oops:


* For the noobs: This suit was originally filed in 2009 in Pennsylvania (because that's where Berg lives). It was eventually split into parts, but only the branch involving the California defendants (mainly Taitz) lives on. This is actually the second time this case has been to the 9th, and there still hasn't even been a trial, motion for summary judgment, etc. Assuming the plaintiffs still have the will to persecute prosecute, it won't be finished until Obama leaves office.
My apologies. I can never seem to get the correct thread when posting updates on LLvOT. It's hard to keep threads straight when the cases are one big cluster.

Doesn't help that Liberi is too commonly used for the board search function. :-D