Seventy two pages seems like a lot to hide. Read it here:
Does Noveshen wrongly accuse so many of defamation and injury to his reputation, or is Noveshen playing the classic blame game rather than looking in the mirror for his culprit?
New, old, documents being sent in everyday. This one putting Eric Noveshen right in the mix with the grand ole NIR Group / AJW Partners lawsuits, dealings in securities.
**We have been sent a few leads to the offshore dealings, currently investigating the validity before presenting that information.
For more information on the damage done to investors by the NIR Group click the photo below to link to Teri Buhl’s must read financial investigative journalism site.
More information about NIR…
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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These are his standard steps. Check the docket where Noveshen is litigating against a credit card company. Dockets don’t lie.
It is amazing how Eric Noveshen is able to convince attorneys – officers of the court who are supposed to uphold truth and justice, to give questionable statements, testimony and declarations in Noveshen’s custody battles. Why would business attorneys be commenting in custody cases? Financial ties make people do strange things.
Attorneys beware. If you are handed a case with Eric Noveshen pretending to be opposing counsel (really a pro se wanna-be with no college degree), be on your toes. He will resort to any underhanded tactic to gain the upper hand in litigation.
Noveshen has to play dirty because truth is not on his side so he dirties the water. One of his often used tactics, a simple one to master, you file documents with the court and don’t send them to the opposing party for a chance to respond or act.
Noveshen uses this dirty trick in many cases and it has worked in several courts. In August 2012, he beat out a respected attorney at the Florida Fourth District Court of Appeal by not sending him documents he filed. Then in another case Noveshen even bragged about his “win,” being granted the Writ of Certiorari from the 4thDCA in in 2012. Noveshen claimed he “correctly argued (pro se) and was granted a Writ of Certiorari from the Fourth District Court of Appeal which has one of the highest thresholds to prove at an appellate court.”
However, as the opposing attorney from the case, Barry Franklin, points out in a letter to Noveshen dated 14 days after the 4thDCA document, “You have done this in the past so I guess I should not be surprised that we never received a copy of your Objection and Motion for a Protective Order.”
If Eric Noveshen owes money to individuals, companies, credit cards, word of advice cut and run. The Noveshen litigation strategy is simple and extremely well documented in dockets for over 42 cases where he proceeded pro se, intentionally filing mountains of motions purposely to run up the opposing sides costs and fees in hopes that they would quit or settle for pennies on the dollar.
In this respect, Noveshen shares a lot on common with presidential candidate Donald Trump. Trump has been accused of using the same despicable abuse of the legal system to squeeze individuals and companies he owes money to out of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Trump seems to think that’s a smart way to do business. Eric Noveshen seems to think that’s a smart way to do business. No wonder both of their business reputations belong in the toilet.