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first_img The award is given to Paris-based lawyers for notable pro bono activities and in his case recognizes 11 years of distinguished work with Reporters Without Borders.In 2006, Balguy-Gallois helped Reporters Without Borders to draft a proposed resolution on the protection of journalists in armed conflicts which the French government submitted to the UN Security Council. After negotiations, the Security Council adopted it as Resolution 1738 on 23 December 2006.More recently, he helped Reporters Without Borders draft recommendations on the safety of journalists.Reporters Without Borders’ legal committee analyses legal issues involving freedom of information and provides legal aid to journalists in difficulty.It also makes recommendations aimed at improving regulations and legislation governing the right to information at the regional, national and international level. The committee has 14 members and sometimes turns to other legal experts and academics for ad hoc assistance.For more information, contact Prisca Orsonneau, the legal committee’s coordinator and member of the Paris bar association ([email protected] / +33 1 4483-6058).(Photo : Alexandra Lebon) Organisation October 15, 2014 – Updated on January 25, 2016 RWB lawyer wins award for defending freedom of information RSF_en The Paris Bar Association has awarded its 2014 Pro Bono “Special Jury Award” to Alexandre Balguy-Gallois for advising Reporters Without Borders on matters relating to international and humanitarian law as a member of its legal committee since 2003. News Help by sharing this informationlast_img read more

first_img The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Roy A. Diaz is the Managing Shareholder of Diaz, Anselmo Lindberg, P.A. The firm provides representation in Florida, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Wisconsin and Michigan. Diaz has been a member of the Florida Bar since 1988. He has concentrated his practice in the areas of real estate, litigation, and bankruptcy. He has represented lenders, servicers of both conventional and GSE loans, private investors, and real estate developers throughout his career with an emphasis on the mortgage servicing industry for over 25 years. Florida Foreclosure Van Tran v. Deutsche Bank 2020-09-14 David Wharton in Daily Dose, Featured, Foreclosure, News Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Florida Court Rules on Foreclosure Judgement, Deficiency With Complaint Subscribe Florida Court Rules on Foreclosure Judgement, Deficiency With Complaint Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Previous: Homespire Mortgage Adds VP Scott Valletti Next: Legal League 100 Summit: A Focus on Challenges, Forbearances September 14, 2020 1,189 Views Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Last month, the Third DCA affirmed the lower court’s order denying relief from a foreclosure judgment despite the borrower’s assertion that the judgment was void due to procedural deficiencies pertaining to Deutsche Bank’s substitution into the case as the plaintiff. Van Tran v. Deutsche Bank Nat’l Tr. Co. In Van Tran, the initial plaintiff, OneWest Bank, filed a foreclosure complaint against Van Tran and other defendants. Van Tran failed to respond to the complaint, which resulted in the Clerk of Court issuing a default against Van Tran.Thereafter, OneWest moved to substitute Deutsche Bank as the new plaintiff. The court entered an order granting the substitution and requiring “a corresponding amendment to the style of the case.” Months later the matter proceeded to a non-jury trial. The trial order reflected Deutsche Bank as the plaintiff. Van Tran failed to appear for trial and despite filing (via counsel) an emergency motion to continue trial, Van Tran failed to raise any procedural issues with the trial notice. The court denied Van Tran’s motion for continuance, the trial proceeded, and the court entered judgment for Deutsche Bank.“Some years later” Van Tran filed a motion for relief from the judgment under Florida Rule of Civil Procedure 1.540(b)(4), asserting it was void because “the complaint was never formally amended to reflect Deutsche Bank as the party plaintiff…” The lower court denied the requested relief and Van Tran appealed that order. The Third DCA affirmed the lower court on the basis that the judgment “at best” was voidable since there was no deprivation of due process. The Court noted that the amending the style of the case “to effect a substitution of the parties,” as ordered by the lower tribunal, “essentially” required amending the complaint. The Court went on to state “… the ensuing collateral attack was time-barred” since rule 1.540(b) motions must be brought within one year from entry of judgment.The Court explained that “errors, irregularities or wrongdoing in proceedings, short of illegal deprivation of opportunity to be heard…will not render the judgment void.” The Court further elaborated that Van Tran failed to object to OneWest’s motion to substitute, failed to raise a procedural objection upon receipt of the trial notice reflecting Deutsche Bank as the plaintiff and failed to defend the suit at trial. Although strictly speaking, an amendment to the complaint was required, “the identical result was obtained by the pretrial order which did substitute [Deutsche Bank] ….” as the party plaintiff. Further, the Court explained that Van Tran received a copy of the judgment which reflected Deutsche Bank as the plaintiff, but Van Tran still failed to seek timely relief based on the alleged procedural deficiency.The Court affirmed the judgment noting Florida’s “deep-rooted policy in favor of the repose of judgments…the interest in finality, and the concern in the stability of property titles.”  Print This Post The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Tagged with: Florida Foreclosure Van Tran v. Deutsche Bank The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago About Author: Roy Diaz Share Save Related Articles Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days agolast_img read more

first_imgSyracuse led Wisconsin in only one team stat: blocked shots.The Orange (4-11-1, 4-3 College Hockey America) blocked 20 shots, but another six found the back of the net in their 6-1 loss to No. 1 Wisconsin (16-1, 7-1 Western Collegiate Hockey Assoication) on Saturday. The Badgers finished with 54 shots on goal, the most SU has faced all season.The Orange managed to hang around for most of the first period. While the Badgers struck first, senior defender Allie Munroe brought the Orange even at one apiece with 9:34 to go.Just when SU looked as though they could take the deadlock into the break, a tripping penalty on Brooke Avery put Wisconsin on the power play. The Badgers capitalized with 31 seconds to play in the period to go ahead 2-1.In the second, the Orange only allowed one goal, despite being outshot 22-4. A big reason was senior goaltender Maddi Welch, who made a career-high 48 saves in the loss.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe Badgers continued generating a multitude of scoring chances in the third period, and this time they converted more than once. Wisconsin scored 21 seconds into the period to go ahead, 4-1.The Badgers notched their fifth goal with just under 11 minutes remaining, then added a sixth goal with just over five minutes left to end the scoring barrage.Wisconsin beat SU in the faceoff battle as well, winning 39 of 57. The Orange will look for a better result tomorrow at 1 p.m. in Madison, Wisconsin. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Published on December 1, 2018 at 6:32 pm Contact Tim: [email protected]last_img read more

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