Friday, September 29, 2017
Summary judgment reversed in collections case where pro se answer and MSJ response fairly raised fact issues regarding the balance owed
Pro se defendant alleged sufficient facts in his answer to invoke accord and satisfaction and possible violation of consumer protection statutes. Creditor did not sufficiently prove up the balance owed, thus leaving a fact issue.
Sunday, June 18, 2017
The Oklahoma Supreme Court holds that 20 OS 95.10 does not require judicial disqualification upon appellate reversal and remand. The statute is not allowed to usurp the courts' superintending control of judicial assignments.
"Mere reversal of a lower court's dispositive rulings will not, standing alone, provide a sufficient basis to warrant disqualification."
Follow the link for excellent commentary on the BNSF decision on general jurisdiction.