On 18 November 2003, Judge Sabaitis had found Husband Smith in contempt of not paying alleged out-of-pocket medical costs of 5.
22D-2222-DV1 As you all, I am assuming, know, I am under personal and professional attack by the BBO because I am outspoken regarding the injustice throughout the Probate & Family Court system across the Commonwealth. My days are numbered thereafter until the BBO will recommend, I also assume, disbarment because they and whichever powers are behind the Bar Counsel's petition for discipline are unhappy with my exercising my constitutional right to political speech and free expression. The usual fear that strikes most attorneys, to wit, that they shall be reported to the Bar, has no longer any significance in my life. Consolidated with the divorce was a trial on a Complaint for Contempt brought by Wife Smith against Husband Smith on 12 December 2003.
Had management lost its way or was it a ticking time bomb from the beginning?
Many experts summarize "what happened" at Enron using two words, greed and arrogance.
They tend to focus their energies on handling the threats to their reputations that have already surfaced.
That is not risk management; it is crisis management—a reactive approach aimed at limiting the damage.
On 1 March 2004, nineteen days from today my proposed findings of fact and rulings of law are due at the BBO. : Yesterday, 10 February 2004, was Day 1 of the Smith divorce trial.
She said the issue had been adjudicated and that it was res judicata. Further, my attempts to cross-examine Wife on one of her Financial Statements was also aborted by Judge Sabaitis. 01D-0186-DV1), gave custody to the father forthwith because the mother lied on her Financial Statements.
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