Susan E. Evans, Plaintiff and Appellant v Trope & Trope et al., Defendants & Respondents

The California Court of Appeals has given Trope & Trope a new ‘Hot Tamale’ to toss around the conference table. Ms. Evans, a former client of T&T, made some very serious accusations in reference to her lawyers. One in particular was very disturbing. There was all kinds of nasty comments and discussions and at some point Rent- A-Judge Eli Chernow made a ruling. That ruling was made in favor of Trope and Trope. Perfect, the system works. Well, that all depends on what side of that ruling you are on.

The issue that caused this ‘ruling’ to jump the track and get reversed? It appears that Rent-A-Judge Eli Chernow had attended a Celebration of Steven Knowles Life on November 10, 2012. The verbiage on page 10 and 11 is directly from, a little notice I decided to post for all to read and to attend if possible. The issue, it would appear, was that the Rent-A-Judge had not disclosed that he had attended the memorial service to all parties involved in the legal proceedings. Interesting when someone shows a little class and another party can hang his/her hat on it and get a ruling reversed. I would bet that this cost at least close to $1,000,000.00 dollars to both sides and as of now, it is all down the toilet!

And unfortunately someone is going to begin writing checks again, as you guessed it all begins afresh. Keep visiting, more to come on this event in the weeks and months to come.

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By John Nazarian
Straight Talk with John J. Nazarian, Private Investigator
October 8, 2014
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