- Fish House / Seville Harbour vs. City of Pensacola
- Full of high power attorneys - got to be $2,000-$3,000 in attorneys fees for a half hour hearing.
- Bruce Partington, Clark Partington Hart. Bruce swore the Mayor in back in 2011 and rendered legal opinions on behalf of the Mayor but now is representing Russenberger against the Mayor.
- Robert Emmanuel, Emmanuel Sheppard & Condon is watching out for the Merrill's interests in the matter.
- Ed Fleming, McDonald Fleming. Ed used to represent the CMPA now he has joined the team against Hayward. From what I have heard about Ed in court, City may want to settle.
- James N. Daniel, Beggs & Lane. I hear that the monthly retainer for Beggs & Lane is rather sporty these days. Daniel should name a new boat, Tax Dollars or Ashton's Troubles! Which should it be?
- Bob Kerrigan, KERM&T. Every contract case needs a personal injury attorney. Right?
- Eric Stevenson - The DUI guy is protecting Rick Outzen's interests in the case. I wonder if it gives him access to documents?
- Sooner or later according to the docket, video depositions are coming to a screen near you. Should be fun!
- Bill Reynolds vs. City of Pensacola
- Reynolds is suing the City for breach of contract
- Just like the case above this case is getting ready for depositions. Man I hope they depose Hayward, Asmar, Cosson, and all of John's lady friends from inside City Hall.
- Eric Frank vs. City of Pensacola
- Class action against the City for billing franchise fees to City residents through Pensacola Energy.
- Gulf Breeze Mayor Matt Dannheisser, in his unofficial capacity as a private attorney, for the plaintiffs against the City.
- Mayor Ashton Hayward served on August 11, 2015.
- Bet Tricky Dick Barker got some 'splainin' to do!
Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Haywards Folly's...Legal Edition
Here are links to just some of the cases the City is defending itself against due to its own actions:
With this many depositions to be conducted in a short time frame, maybe we will get to what really happens inside City Hall.
I understand video depositions can be brutal due to the expressions and nuances that video captures that a transcript will not.
I will find Barker's video from my charter complaint and show you just how bad a video deposition can go!