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Much love and congratulations for American Hero & Honorary Admin of the BV Files Houston attorney Jeffrey Dorrell for his BIG WIN yesterday at the United States Supreme Court in a case that resulted in a 7 – 1 decision.
HOORAY FOR JEFF!!
PRO TIP: When you have a choice between hiring a lawyer that is a known drug addict and hiring a lawyer who is not a drug addict, always go with the non-drug addict. James McGibney (who we don’t like) always manages to hire drug addicts, convicted criminals and child abusers, and morons who engage in gay porno copyright trolling AND OTHER LEGAL, NOT-SO-LEGAL SHENANIGANS, for legal counsel. Why is that? It is because James Alexander McGibney is a piece of human garbage – seriously. 100% VERIFIED.
Hey BV Files! So who is this Jeffrey Dorrell guy you are always going on about and what makes him so special (besides him being an American Hero & Honorary Admin of the BV Files, that is)? you ask. Well sit on down and let me tell ya a story about a man named Jeff – a poor mountaineer, barely kept his family fed. Then one day he was shootin’ at some food, and up from the ground came a bubblin’ crude…..
oh, wait a minute. Wrong story….
From president of his high school student body and chancellor of his college fraternity to president of his own oil company before the age of 30, Jeff has earned the recognition of his peers in every major endeavor of his life. In high school, Jeff was chosen to serve as a U.S. Congressional Page. In college, Jeff was chosen to serve Charlie Wilson as a U.S. Congressional intern–becoming one of a handful of people ever to receive both such honors.
After graduating from the University of Texas, Jeff entered the oil business and soon became the youngest vice president in the history of Houston-based Coastal Corporation (now Kinder-Morgan). During his tenure there, Jeff also became (at 31) the youngest member of the board of directors of the National Petroleum Refiners Association and (at 32) the youngest president in the history of the Southwest Chemical Association—all while earning a law degree in night studies at the University of Houston in 1991.
At 38, Jeff left a distinguished career in the petrochemical industry to begin a new career as a lawyer, and is now board certified in civil trial law—a credential held by only 257 of the 25,000 lawyers practicing in Houston, Texas.
FUN FACT: Jeff holds the highest ranking available from his peers (Martindale-Hubbell’s “AV Rating,” meaning “preeminent”).
Equally at home in a courtroom or a boardroom, Jeff has been lead counsel in complex commercial cases with amounts in controversy as large as $161 million in courts in Texas, Illinois, Louisiana, New York, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and the U.S. Supreme Court.
In 2004, Jeff was voted by the readers of H Texas Magazine one of Houston’s “Lawyers on the Fast Track.” In 2008, Texas Lawyer chose Jeff as an “Impact Player”—one of the 10 lawyers who had the greatest impact on the law of Texas in 2008. In 2011, Texas Lawyer Magazine named Jeff “Appellate Lawyer of the Week.”
Jeffrey Dorrell is a partner in the large Houston, Texas, law firm of Hanszen Laporte.
They have a pretty cool Linked-In page you can check out, too, for more information! https://www.linkedin.com/company/hanszen-laporte-llp
Since joining Hanszen Laporte, Jeff has continued his active trial and appellate litigation practice. Jeff is a proven leader and team-builder – if you don’t believe us than just check out all of the Grand Civil Conspiracy Theories he has been running, at least according to such noted legal lawyers such as: Evan Stone, Jay Leiderman, Paul Gianni, and Philip Klein. Oh, wait a second. How did Phil Klein get on this list of legal scholars? He’s a drug addicted retard!! Seriously – 100% VERIFIED.
As stated above, at age 38, Jeff left a distinguished career in the petrochemical industry to begin a new career as a lawyer. But did you know that he was soon recognized by the State Bar for outstanding contributions of free legal services to low-income Texans?
While serving on the Board of Directors of the Houston Bar Association’s Commercial and Consumer Law Section in 1998, Jeff co-authored the Consumer Law Handbook, a free publication for laypersons giving “plain-English” explanations of the law in many everyday legal situations. WoW!
In 1997, Jeff co-founded the law firm of Dorrell & Chamberlain, L.L.P., later Dorrell & Farris, L.P. In 2009, Dorrell & Farris, L.P., moved its client base to Escamilla, Poneck & Cruz, LLP, creating a practice of 24 lawyers with offices in San Antonio, Houston, Laredo, and Mexico City. Throughout his career, Jeff has represented over 400 clients in courtrooms in Texas, Illinois, Louisiana, New York, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and in the U.S. Supreme Court – with amounts in controversy as small as $320 and as large as $161 million.
Here are just some of the ground-breaking cases that our American Hero & Honorary Admin of the BV Files has been involved in. CHECK IT OUT!
According to Bullyville / James McGibney, Dorrell has been involved in some important Texas Supreme Court cases
For over ten years, myself, my good friend, Gus Pilsbury, and a host of others, have waged an underground internet war against Philip. To date, he has no idea who we are. Five years ago, Philip sued GOOGLE trying to find out our identites. That law suit resulted in a Texas Supreme Court case finding that Philip Klein was wrong.
— Sam T. Eagle, editor and an Original American Hero
Hey, BV Files! Blah, blah, blah, okay. We get it already! Dorrell is the greatest thing since sliced bread. Now tell us what this Supreme Court case is all about. Well hold on a second and give us a moment to set the stage properly and give y’all some context and teach you some of the complex nuances of federal Bankruptcy law. By the time we get done, you, too, will be able to claim to having an Executive Education at Harvard Business School like revenge pornographer and blackmail artist James McGibney (who we don’t like)!
Chrysalis Manufacturing Corp. was a Texas-based company that made circuit boards. Over a four-year period between 2003 and 2007, Chrysalis bought electric device components from Husky International Electronics, a Colorado distributor. Problems arose when Chrysalis failed to pay Husky all that it was owed, running up a debt of nearly $164,000. Husky then tried to recover the money from one of Chrysalis’s owners.
In May 2009, Husky filed a lawsuit in federal court against Daniel Lee Ritz, Jr., a partial owner of Chrysalis, seeking to recover from him the money that Chrysalis owed it. Ritz was a director and 30-percent shareholder of Chrysalis, and he transferred money from Chrysalis to other entities that he owned, thus draining Chrysalis of assets that the company could have used to pay its debts to Husky and other creditors. (KINDA LIKE WHAT MCGIBNEY HAS BEEN DOING LATELY SO AS TO AVOID HAVING TO PAY THE $450,000 TEXAS COURT SANCTIONS ORDER!)
Husky sued Ritz under a Texas statute that allows creditors to hold shareholders responsible for corporate debt. (KINDA LIKE WHAT WE EXPECT WILL BE HAPPENING VERY, VERY SHORTLY AGAINST EACH AND EVERYONE OF THE VIAVIEW SHAREHOLDERS!)
But before the federal district judge could rule in that lawsuit, Ritz filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code, in which a debtor’s assets are sold to repay his creditors and the debts discharged. Husky filed an adversary proceeding in Ritz’s bankruptcy case, asserting that Ritz was personally liable for Chrysalis’s debt under Texas law and that Ritz’s debt was not dischargeable in bankruptcy under Title 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(2)(A) because he engaged in “actual fraud” by causing fraudulent conveyances of Chrysalis’s property.
PRO TIP: Section 523(a)(6) of the Bankruptcy Code excepts from discharge any debt “for willful and malicious injury by the debtor to another entity or to the property of another entity.” Thus, McGibney and his family will not be able to avoid all the pain and suffering that will soon be inflicted upon them as Dorrell and Retzlaff goes after their money!
The dispute before the U.S. Supreme Court involves the Bankruptcy Code’s treatment of money that Ritz moved from Chrysalis to other companies that he owned. In the bankruptcy court, Husky argued that Ritz’s debt was not dischargeable because of Section 523(a)(2)(A) of the Bankruptcy Code, which prohibits a debtor from discharging “any debt . . . for money, property, services, or an extension, renewal, or refinancing of credit, to the extent obtained by . . . false pretenses, a false representation, or actual fraud.”
The issue is whether this provision of the Bankruptcy Code only applies when the debtor makes a false representation to the creditor (under which Ritz wins), or whether it also bars discharge when the debtor has obtained money through a “fraudulent conveyance” to avoid paying the debt (under which Husky wins).
The District Court held that Ritz was personally liable for the debt under Texas law, but that the debt was not “obtained by … actual fraud” and therefore could be discharged in Ritz’s bankruptcy. The Fifth Circuit affirmed on appeal, holding that the term “actual fraud” in § 523(a)(2)(A) required proof of a misrepresentation from the debtor to the creditor. While Ritz may have hindered Husky’s ability to recover its debt, the Fifth Circuit concluded, he did not make any false representations to Husky.
ON MARCH 1, 2016, JEFFREY DORRELL AND HIS MOST ABLE TEAM OF LITIGATORS ARRIVED IN WASHINGTON, D.C., AND ARGUED THEIR CASE BEFORE OUR NATION’S HIGHEST COURT.
Just over two months later, this is the result. CHECK IT OUT!
The Supreme Court reversed and held that the term “actual fraud” in § 523(a)(2)(A) “encompasses forms of fraud, like fraudulent conveyance schemes, that can be effected without a false representation.” The Court began by pointing out that before 1978, the Bankruptcy Code prohibited discharge of debts obtained by “false pretenses or false representations.” The Court concluded that when Congress added the term “actual fraud” in 1978, it could not have intended that phrase to require false representations because the term “false representations” was already in the statute.
The Court also explained that the historical meaning of the term “actual fraud” is broader than just false representation, and has included transfers of assets that impair a creditor’s ability to collect a debt. The Court concluded that “a false representation has never been a required element of ‘actual fraud,’ and we decline to adopt it as one today.”
Justice Sotomayor delivered the opinion of the Court, in which Chief Justice Roberts and Justices Kennedy, Ginsburg, Breyer, Alito, and Kagan joined. Justice Thomas filed a dissenting opinion.
Since Justice Scalia is dead, he had no opinion to deliver. Or did he…..
As our teeming MILLIONS of readers, listeners, and supporters will recall, Jeff recently obtained a HUGE victory in Texas by winning record setting court sanctions against James (Jimmy the Piss Boy) McGibney and his weirdo drug addict attorney Evan Stone for violations of the Texas Citizens Participation Act. CHECK IT OUT!
Wondering how our American Hero & Honorary Admin of the BV Files Houston attorney Jeffrey Dorrell stacks up against the legal competition?
So who does McGibney have for an attorney? This clown right here!
And how does he rate amongst his legal peers?
FUN FACT: Evan Stone will be handling the appeal that McStupid claims he will be filing in this case. One problem with that: Evan Stone has never handled an appeal in his life. Dorrell and Retzlaff have handled nearly 120 appeals between the two of them, in both state and federal court.
And check this “article” out here…
FUN FACT: The German Shepherd and the white German Shepherd are the same breed of dogs, however their coat colors vary. The White Shepherd breed was officially recognized by the United Kennel Club on April 14, 1999. It has the same origins as the White Swiss Shepherd Dog (Berger Blanc Suisse, Weisser Schweizer Schäferhund) which is recognized as a separate breed by the Hogg Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Shepherd
These two dogs are brother and sister. The white German Shepherd is a very rare type of the German Shepherd breed. As such, pups sell for around $2,500 a piece.
James McGibney (who we don’t like) is a big believer in unbelievable conspiracies, the grander the better! He is also a self-professed member of the illegal hacking groups Anonymous and The Rustle League.
McGibney likes to Photoshop pictures and then claim that these Photoshops are “evidence” of one thing or another. CHECK IT OUT!
McGibney further claims to having access to what he calls his “Online Army of Internet Vigilantes.” As far as we here at the BV Files have been able to determine, neither Thomas Retzlaff, Neal Rauhauser, nor Jeff Dorrell claim to have access to any armies, online or otherwise. Nor are they members of illegal computer hacker groups.
FUN FACT: According to the National Rifle Association’s lobbying arm, the Institute for Legislative Action, only 15 states – Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Washington ban felons from possessing firearms. All of the rest allow felons to regain their firearms rights one way or the other.
Minnesota, Montana and Ohio automatically do so for nonviolent offenders following time served. Texas allows them to automatically do so after five years.
But wait: How does a state returning felon gun rights affect the federal ban?
Here is where things get a little strange. If a state restores a convicted felon’s civil rights — including the right to vote, serve on juries and hold public office — then the federal ban no longer holds. See Title 18 U.S.C. § 921(a)(33)(B)(ii).
Just like voting rights for convicted felons vary widely from state to state (with some states totally prohibiting ex-cons from voting while others allow for even those currently incarcerated to vote), fire arms rights vary just as widely.
In any event, we here at the BV Files declare this “evidence” to be both BAFFLING and INADMISSIBLE. After all, how many times have we seen the McGibney Gang take images of people and alter them / Photoshop them in many different ways? Jimmy seems to think that, just because its on the internet it must be true.
McGibney first posted his “article” about nine months ago and he has been claiming for the past 27 months that the FBI have been investigating Retzlaff. But clearly, neither the ATF nor the FBI gives two shits about anything Piss Boy McGibney has to say. Am I right?
Hey, Piss Boy! What part of “unenforceable” about your restraining order do you not yet understand?
FUN FACT: The .300 Winchester Magnum is specifically designed for black and brown bears, and moose. Though it can probably be used on crazy, lunatic revenge pornographers, too, as well as fat-assed fools from Nederland who wear Red Shirts.
The rifle shown above starts at about $1,900, not counting the scope, bipod and other accessories.
PRO TIP: As you can see, mounted on it is the Leupold VX-6 7-42x56mm scope which offers unparalleled accuracy and consistent hits out to 1,100 yards – seriously!
Two people who do not know each other and whom have never met BOTH have accounts at Chase Bank. One of those persons has a rich family, the other is a drug addict who sexually blackmails little girls with his revenge porn website.
GUESS WHICH ONE HAS THE MOST MONEY IN THEIR BANK ACCOUNT AND WIN A NEW CAR!!!
FUN FACT: The Rolex Oyster Perpetual Submariner is a line of sports watches designed for diving manufactured by Rolex, known for their resistance to water and corrosion. The watch above is certified to at least 300m / 1000 feet. The model 116613LN (which is the Yellow Gold & Steel version shown above) retails for $13,400 (though you might find one on E-Bay for as low as 11,694.99).
Well, that is all for now, folks! But stay tuned as we will have more thrilling updates, such as…
GUESS WHO JUST GOT SLAPP’D IN TEXAS TODAY??
CHECK THIS OUT=====> Walker anti-SLAPP motion
We guess Morgan facing MILLIONS in anti-SLAPP sanctions for losing his LOLsuit against his ex-wife’s current lawyer (who is also represented by Dorrell) wasn’t enough to convince Morgan that he should quit SLAPPing people.
How many more of Morgan’s clients will Dorrell end up SLAPPing the shit out of and going after?
BUT WAIT! THERE IS MORE…..
It seems that Klein had to sit for a deposition in FEDERAL COURT on March 29th for a lawsuit filed in Beaumont, Texas. In 183 pages of lulz, far more interesting than Klein’s book, The Denuncio (The Klein Files) (Volume 2) (available on Amazon right now), Klein manages to spin a tale that is both thrilling, yet chilling, filled with claims of shadowy FBI investigations and Gentleman Aryan Brothers who like to pay kindly old men (and their sexy hot baby sitter daughters!) personal visits.
For years Philip Klein and his Klein Investigations PI company have sought the spotlight. But Klein needs to remember something very, very important: For a man in his position, the spotlight can turn into an interrogation lamp pretty damn fast!