By Professor Nancy Rapoport
What do you get when you cross an astonishing fact pattern with a judge with a feel for the power of the written word? You get Sundquist v. Bank of America (In re Sundquist), United States Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of California, Case No. 1035624 (Nov. 15, 2017)—a cautionary tale if ever there was one.
As always, it’s easy to know when an opinion is going to involve some juicy facts when this is the first sentence: “This Motion to Expunge an attorneys' fee lien asserted . . .
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