Public Records Request Received | Communications FROM FL Attorney General Employees TO Lender Processing Services (LPS) Jan-Sept 2011

This batch is Communications FROM FL Attorney General Employees TO Lender Processing Services.

Have fun sifting through the docs. There is some good stuff in there that will will be featuring in upcoming posts…

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B. Julian to LPS 1


B. Julian to LPS 2

B. Seidel to LPS


E. Gainey to LPS


M. Hamilton to LPS


V. Butler to LPS

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3 Responses to “Public Records Request Received | Communications FROM FL Attorney General Employees TO Lender Processing Services (LPS) Jan-Sept 2011”
  1. Hansel Damocles says:

    Wow, this stuff makes my head spin. Glad I’m not in Florida. Oh wait, I’m in a State where the shenanigans might be even worse.

  2. Ron Moss says:

    Mike; Do you know someone that is up on the Cease and desist consent order To MERS dated April 13? Ron

  3. CaitlinO says:

    Is it customary for the FL AG office to share evidence that could be used in a criminal trial at some point with the perp’s counsel while the investigation is still on-going? See Julian to LPS 1.

    I’d love to see preso LPS made to the AG’s office, self-serving, rationalizing, filled with justifications and excuses as it must have been. It does look like it left the FL AG with just a few questions, though. Like FORTY of them!

    When Emery congratulates Former Deputy AG Joe on his hiring by LPS, which in any honest country would be a prohibited move due to the corruption of conflict of interest, he says Joe has been “a great friend and brother in Christ.” Was that UNintended irony?

    I would dismiss the letter from LPS counsel Meyer to Thersa Edwards and June Clarkson as just more whining from a company with a huge sense of entitlement except that it only preceded their firing by what? A month or so? Meyer even foreshadows their firing when she asks “whether you are still capable of conducting this investigation” Apparently, Pam Bondi’s office agreed with LPS’s counsel and decided that Edwards and Clarkson were NOT capable. Hamilton to LPS

    DANG! No e-mail from Victoria Butler, FL AG Bureau Chief, telling LPS counsel, Joan Meyer, to go to hell with her request that Butler “encourage” the Michigan AG to conduct a civil, rather than criminal, investigation of LPS. And I was so looking forward to that.

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