FL AG Bondi – Lender Processing Services (LPS) Correspondence Public Records Request

FL AG Bondi – LPS Correspondence Public Records Request

Pursuant to Florida’s public records Statute Chapter 119, I am requesting any and all correspondence, letters and emails (including attachments) sent from any officer or employee of Lender Processing Services, or any attorney or law firm representing Lender Processing Services, to any employee of the Office the Florida Attorney General, including but not limited to current, former, or former acting Chiefs of the Economic Crimes Division Mary Leontakianakos, Mark Hamilton or Richard Lawson.  The time frame for this request covers the period from Jan. 1, 2011 through August 22, 2011.

Please provide this information on CD-ROM or by email in .pdf format.  Where electronic records can not be provided, please provide records in paper format.

If you refuse to provide this information, Chapter 119 requires you advise me in writing and indicate the applicable exemption to the Public Records Act. Also, please state with particularity the reasons for your decision, as required by Section 119.07(2)(a). If the exemption you are claiming only applies to a portion of the records, please delete that portion and provide photocopies of the remainder of the records, according to Section 119.07(2)(a).

I agree to pay the actual cost of duplication as defined in Section 119.07(1)(a). However, if you anticipate that in order to satisfy this request, “extensive use” of information technology resources or extensive clerical or supervisory assistance as defined in Section 119.07(1)(b) will be required, or if the total fee exceeds $50 dollars, please provide a written estimate and justification.

Thank you very much for your time and attention to this request.

Lisa Epstein





10 Responses to “FL AG Bondi – Lender Processing Services (LPS) Correspondence Public Records Request”
  1. Dont get excited about this. We should question this also. I have had the city of Auburn audited several times. The second set of records was on a lap top. and by hard copy. They dont use the system that can be traced to fo the crime. I have a copy of a deposition of one of the financial managers from city hall stating she wrote her docs on hard copy. She told me in private she downloaded proof of second sets of records when she walked out of city hall.But would only claim she did the one on hard copy she turned into the deposition. They have ways of hiding it. This just means she is trying to prove she is innocent. The city of Auburn cleared themselves by their audits also. The proof was carefully not done on the city e-mails and computers. This could just be the same thing.

  2. lies is all they tell says:

    WEare nurses we are brave. anyone who can brave nursing school can do what what we are doing. i feel our years we spent learning how to be a nurse made our brains eager to know the truth . we had to endure to much and then working, in healthcare my we question EVERYTHING. we save lives honey. so when thigns did not seem right we questioned it?? that is how i found you and these websites. i am in my house , i have written all government entities they know the lies. so thank you and we will pre vail.

  3. Fury says:

    i can hardly wait.
    thanks, lisa.

  4. Beth A. says:

    I think the most interesting correspondence occured outside of the AG’s office (e.g., personal emails, etc.). Wonder if the staff was issued laptops and if these laptops were used to access personal email….but surely they were smart enough not to use their gov issued equipment. But it sounds like that’s where quite a bit of wheeling and dealing occurred.

    Good job – go get ’em.

  5. marilyn lane says:


    I am in New York but I have a letter from Fidelity National Title the parent company of LPS , when
    I wrote a simple letter to William P Foley CEO of Fidelity NationalTitle, former Chairman of LPS
    “what went wrong at Fidelity National Title that your New York attorney Frank P Malone finds
    himself fighting for a FORGED DEED?

    Fidelity’s answer to me was …it is proper..

    Since LPS prime business revolves around Forgeries, no wonder they think it proper,.

  6. Tee says:

    Awesome!!!…….I like the fee’s for paperwork part that Banks and the ancillary entities like LENDERS PROCESSING SERVICES legal people throw at you. Sometimes they charge hefty fee’s to producing paperwork as a deterrent. So the AG calls for an explanation of the actual expensiveness of the paperwork charge. Boy, the stuff is hitting the fan all over the place and its because of a few “good ” people who choose “righteousness” over pressure from above. I’m impressed for sure. Lets see what the next headline….er what the LPS paperwork says.

  7. Mary Sims says:

    You are so brave. Stay that way.

  8. Ron Molina says:

    Excellent request.

  9. Stupendous Man - Defender of Liberty, Foe of Tyranny says:


    That’s a good one. You’re getting better at this Lisa, no question about it.

    It’ll be interesting to see what they produce.

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