Lender Processing Services | Judge Declines to Sanction Attorney Nick Wooten in LPS Fee-splitting Cases

According to Housingwire…

An Alabama circuit court judge denied a motion Wednesday from Lender Processing Services for sanctions against attorney Nick Wooten and also declined to seal a transcript and default services agreement at the heart of Wooten’s cases.

LPS alleged in April that Wooten, who is suing LPS in several cases on behalf of homeowners, used confidential information from a bankruptcy case he was handling between Larry David Wood and Karen Wilborn Wood against Option One Mortgage, and filed multiple lawsuits against LPS in other states using that information.

Another small victory for the little guy…



12 Responses to “Lender Processing Services | Judge Declines to Sanction Attorney Nick Wooten in LPS Fee-splitting Cases”
  1. marilyn lane says:

    this.quote is not telling the truth.

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    Michelle Kersch, a spokeswoman for Lender Processing Services, said by e-mail that when the company learned of improper signing practices at its subsidiary Docx in November 2009 the process was halted, clients notified and the unit ultimately shut down.

    “The signing procedures at Docx were not consistent with LPS’s policies and practices nor were they approved of by LPS’s senior management,” she said.


    William P Foley CEO of Fidelity National Title and chairman of LPS DOCX till March 2009 when the fraud became exposed, retired from LPX Docx. And to now try to say he knew nothing about it, Is a lie.

    In 2008 I wrote a simple letter to William P Foley”What went wrong at Fidelity National Title that your New York
    attorney Thomas Malone finds himself fighting for a Forged Deed?” Fidelity’s answer to me was “…it is proper”

    And I thought this man is a racketeer – it is proper to fight for a forged deed?” Now that we know that LPS Docx was in business to produce forgeries and fraudulent documents I see why Fidelity thought it was proper to fight for a Forgery.

    This William P Foley is the brains behind Fidelity National Title, Lender Processing Service, Fidelity Information services etc and now he wants the country to think he either didn’t notice what was going on or he didn’t understand what was going on.

  2. leapfrog says:

    Cue the laughing mouse? Hahahaha! Take THAT, LPS! Victory for Nick – yay!!!

  3. TheHutMaster says:


    Lets take out ALL THE TRASH, NOW…..

    “Fight The Good Fight”

  4. Pamela says:

    We will take our small victory after all the size doesn’t matter its the fact that it’s still a victory.

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