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Noveshen Says It’s “Hard to Resist the Urge to Engage in Tit-For-Tat Litigation”

Parody or commentary, you decide.

Sometimes “It is hard to resist the urge to engage in tit-for-tat” reporting of Eric Noveshen’s underhanded litigation techniques.

The irony, Noveshen writes in motion he filed in September of 2015 that it is hard for him to “resist the urge to engage in tit-for-tat litigation and seek sanctions…” Has this man ever counted how many motions for sanctions he has filed against opponents? Is he high when he writes this garbage. Has he seen how many meritless motions he files going “tit for tat?” Does he realize he just filed a complaint that is 400 pages long? Or that he was admonished by a federal judge for his relentless attempts and numerous motions trying to depose a billionaire?

Take a look at some of his dockets judge for yourselves, a handful of non-current cases are linked below.

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Update: Noveshen’s 2nd American Express Lawsuit for Breach of Contract (Refusing to pay Bill).

Update on the second American Express lawsuit against Eric Noveshen.

It was filed in June 2016. Noveshen was served in July, 2016.

Noveshen asked for an extension of time to answer. A defendant usually has 20 days to answer a complaint.

A hearing was finally held on October 18, 2016. Noveshen did not even go. Maybe he’s too cool for Court, nah he loves the place. He knows he didn’t have to go and he still ended up getting a couple extra months to file an answer. (instead of being due in September) he gets until November.

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Noveshen is Unjustly Enriched by Frivilously using Florida’s courts to Dodge Credit Card Bills.

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Unjust Enrichment, Noveshen is Unjustly Enriched by Frivilously using  Florida’s courts to Dodge Credit Card Bills.

These are his standard steps. Check the docket where Noveshen is litigating against a credit card company. Dockets don’t lie.

1. Eric Noveshen charges $80,000 and enjoyed the high life.

2. Eric Noveshen and his Mom (Wilson) refuse to pay the bill.

3. American Express gets Judgment against Noveshen and his mother for just over $80,000.

4. Noveshen files frivolous appeal with Florida 4th District Appeals Court.

5. Noveshen’s legal games and deceit cost Amex so much he legal fees they settled for only

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