Court Filings

To download the official court complaint in PDF form, click here.
To download exhibit A in the court case, click here.
To download exhibit B in the court case, click here.
To download exhibit C the court case, click here.
File Stamped Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment
File Stamped Motion for Summary Judgment
File Stamped Notice of Motion for Summary Judgment
File Stamped Rule 56 Statement
Woiwode declaration
Sayers declaration
Lellenberg declaration
Fletcher declaration
Estleman declaration
ACD Response
ACD Statement of Add’l Material Facts
Exhibit in Support of Response to Defendant’s Statement of Additional Facts
Reply in Support of Motion for Summary Judgment
Response to Defendant’s Statement of Additional Facts
Download the full text of the court’s ruling by clicking here
To download the Estate’s filings, click here and here.
The Estate’s appeal brief can be found by clicking here.
Click here to download the filed appellate brief
The Estate’s reply brief is here.
A link and an MP3 of the recording of oral argument on Friday, May 23, 2014 in the 7th Circuit. The judge asking most (but not all) of the questions is Richard Posner.
Download the appeal court’s decision here.
Leslie S. Klinger’s petition for court fees is here, and the Estate’s response is here.
The denial of stay document is here.
Download the CDE Response to Appellate Fee Petition here.
Download the CDE opposition to fee petition here.
The court’s decision to award the plaintiff’s petition for court fees is here.
Download the Estate’s response to the District Court fee petition here.

3 thoughts on “Court Filings

  1. 03.15.13
    TO: Les Klinger or Scott M.Gilbert, his attorney-
    Gentlemen, First, let me compliment you on the DJA Complaint, a beautiful piece of pleading. And the exhibits are a pleasure for any Sherlockian to have in the permanent file.
    Second, will you be posting all pleadings as they are filed? If not all pleadings, will you post defendant’s significant pleadings, e.g. answer, dispositive motions (with your responses)?
    Third, since defendant is a British equivalent to a corporation is there a way (short of discovery procedures) to determine who the true or beneficial owners are?

    Thanks for any attention that you may give to these questions,
    Jody Baker aka Insp. Baynes

  2. Shouldn’t there be an answer or response (motion to dismiss, etc.) by now? April 15th seems an appropriately gloomy day.

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