08-12-15 Samaan v Zernik (SC087400) at the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles: Countrywide Ex Parte Application for a Short Notice Hearing on Motion for OSC Contempt and Sanctions

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December 15, 2008 Ex parte application by “Non Party” Countrywide for short notice hearing on contempt and sanctions against Dr Zernik. Such court actions were alleged retaliation/intimidation/harassment against witness/victim/informant and also obstruction/perversion of justice. The application was deemed as an act of flaunting criminality, since it was based on a claim of contempt related to Dr Zernik contacting the office of BAC General Counsel and obtaining information that Bryan Cave,LLP was NOT authorized to appear in court under Samaan v Zernik (SC087400). Most significantly - the ex parte application demonstrated the resumption of conduct alleged as racketeering within 24 hours from ouster of Timothy MAYOPOULOS as General Counsel and appointment of Brian MOYNIHAN as his replacement. (December 10, 2008). US Congress, US District Court, and NY State Attorney General attempted to investigate the background for the ouster of MAYOPOULOS. The case at hand provides clear answers. MAYOPOULOS was determined to oppose the racketeering conduct at Countrywide - then newly acquired subsidiary. Brian MOYNIHAN was willing to adopt the new business model.

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December 15, 2008 Ex parte application by “Non Party” Countrywide for short notice hearing on contempt and sanctions against Dr Zernik. Such court actions were alleged retaliation/intimidation/harassment against witness/victim/informant and also obstruction/perversion of justice. The application was deemed as an act of flaunting criminality, since it was based on a claim of contempt related to Dr Zernik contacting the office of BAC General Counsel and obtaining information that Bryan Cave,LLP was NOT authorized to appear in court under Samaan v Zernik (SC087400).
Most significantly - the ex parte application demonstrated the resumption of conduct alleged as racketeering within 24 hours from ouster of Timothy MAYOPOULOS as General Counsel and appointment of Brian MOYNIHAN as his replacement. (December 10, 2008). US Congress, US District Court, and NY State Attorney General attempted to investigate the background for the ouster of MAYOPOULOS. The case at hand provides clear answers. MAYOPOULOS was determined to oppose the racketeering conduct at Countrywide - then newly acquired subsidiary. Brian MOYNIHAN was willing to adopt the new business model.

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