WSBA Today: Big Changes are Coming

By | September 14, 2016

I watched a WSBA Webinar today.  It was about changes in WSBA governance.  The changes have been discussed and commented upon for over two years.  In September at the WSBA BOG (Board of Governors) meeting certain items will be discussed. The person to whom questions concerning the changes and the reason for the changes were addressed… Read More »

Unauthorized Practice of Law — Minnesota v. Colorado Attorney Helping In-laws

By | September 2, 2016

In late August, 2016, the Minnesota Supreme Court admonished a Colorado lawyer for helping his in-laws regarding a judgment against them by a condominium association.  The judgment was about $2,500.  The Colorado lawyer corresponded with the Minnesota lawyer representing the association.  The Minnesota attorney filed a complaint.  The bar and the Minnesota Supreme court held… Read More »

WSBA v. Eugster VI — Motion to Dismiss

By | August 5, 2016

Today I filed a motion to dismiss the action against me.  I assert that the proceedings are void because they violate my rights to procedural due process of law under the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution and Wash. Const. Art I, Section 3.  A proceeding which violates fundamental procedural due process… Read More »

Case VI – WSBA v. Eugster, an update

By | July 10, 2016

Much has happened regarding Case VI.  The WSBA has filed charges against Eugster; this is the “Formal Complaint.” Eugster has responded with his Answer, Affirmative Defenses, and Counter and Third-Party Claims together with an appendix which includes the Counter and Third-Party Claims. Why the Counter Claims?  Recall that in Case IV, Eugster v. WSBA et… Read More »