David E. French – Takes Jurisdiction

The Honorable David E. French

Florida Take Jurisdiction

Florida Takes Jurisdiction

On March 20, 2013, at a hearing presided over by the Honorable David E. French, the Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss Plaintiff’s Third Amended Complaint for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction, Improper Venue, and Failure to State a Cause of Action was denied.

Florida officially took jurisdiction of the law suit I filed on November 2, 2011, against my brother Peter Halle. It was a tremendous relief. Peter Halle’s attorney Michael J. Napoleone of the law firm of Richman Greer had been using all of his skills as a seasoned attorney with a prestigious law firm against me, a pro se litigant, in the hopes of making this law suit disappear. This had been going on for almost a year and a half.

Now to get on with the business of the law suit and to get my brother, Peter Halle, to disburse the funds my father left to me.

On March 26, 2013, the Honorable Judge David French signed an order to deny the motion to dismiss and take jurisdiction of the law suit.