Jason Halle files Reply Brief
Reply to Richman Greer Answer Brief Filed
On March 6, 2014, Jason Halle pro se filed a Reply Brief to answer the Answer Brief filed by Michael Napoleone and John G. White of the law firm of Richman Greer on February 21, 2014. The Answer Brief was prepared on behalf of Richman Greer client, Peter Halle of Morgan Lewis in Washington.
Jason Halle wrote the Reply Brief himself.
Fourth District Court of Appeal
Now that the Reply Brief is filed with the Court, there is nothing to do but wait for the ruling of the Honorable Fourth District Court of Appeal of Florida.
I’ve answered Richman Greer
Micheal J. Napoleone
of Richman Greer needs more time
Peter Halle & Jason Halle
at summer camp in the 1950’s
Peter Halle’s attorney, Michael J. Napoleone, has requested an extension of several weeks to file his Answer Brief in the Fourth District Court of Appeal. This is Peter Halle’s response to Jason Halle’s Pro Se Initial Brief filed on January 8, 2014.
The Answer Brief was originally due to be filed Michael J. Napoleone on January 28, 2014. With the extension that was agreed to by Jason Halle the Answer Brief is now due on Friday, February 21, 2014.
The progress of this appeal can be followed at the Fourth District Court of Appeal of Florida, Jason Halle vs. Peter Halle, Case Number 4D13-3796.
As of Sunday, February 16, 2014, Michael J. Napoleone still has not filed a motion with the Fourth District Court of Appeal of Florida for the extension.
I filed a pro se brief in the Fourth District Court of Appeal in Florida today, Case Number: 4D13-3796. I have been in court for more than two years trying to get my brother Peter Halle who works at the law firm of Morgan Lewis, to give me the funds he has been withholding from me for more than 6 years from my father’s estate.
Michael J. Napoleone of Richman Greer
Peter Halle has hired the law firm of Richman Greer and Michael J. Napoleone. They have been making me work very hard to get my money.
The Initial Brief filed with the Fourth District Court of Appeal is 23 pages long and it might take a little while to download.
My First Appellate Brief
On May 24, 2013, Michael Napoleone of the law firm Richman Greer in West Palm Beach, Florida, Charles H. Johnson of Richman Greer in Miami and Ethan J. Wall of Richman Greer in Miami who are all representing my brother, Peter Halle of Morgan Lewis in Washington, DC, filed the Initial Brief in the Fourth District Court of Appeal of Florida. They are disputing The Honorable David E. French’s Order that took jurisdiction for the State of Florida and more specifically Palm Beach County.
Now it was my turn. I studied their brief. I spent many hours in the Law Library and Nova University. I started writing. My friend Bob helped me with the editing and I came up with an Answer Brief. With the appendix it came to 150 pages. It truly exhausted me during a time when I was not feeling very well to begin with.
On June 28, 2013, I served the Answer Brief to Michael Napoleone at Richman Greer. I am a pro se litigant, meaning I am representing myself. Richman Greer is considered one of the top law firms in South Florida.
There was nothing to do but wait. Michael Napoleone had one more brief to write. It is called a Reply Brief and then it is up to the Court to render its decision.
Nothing left to do but wait.
Complaint filed against
Peter Edward Halle
On November 4, 2011, Jason Halle filed a Complaint against his brother Peter Halle in the Circuit Court of the 15th Judicial Circuit in and for Palm Beach County, Florida. The Complaint alleged, among other things, that Peter Halle an attorney at the law firm of Morgan Lewis in their Washington, D.C. office, breached his fiduciary duties, failed to give an accounting, waste, and gross breach of duty with regard to dealings with his brother concerning the Edward Halle Trust.
Peter Halle is the Trustee of the Edward Halle Trust. This Complaint never had a responsive pleading. Their has never been a logical explanation of the Trustee’s behavior in this action.
Peter lives in Washington, DC with his wife Carolyn Lamm who works at the law firm of White & Case. She is a past President of the American Bar Association. They have two children.
The progress of this lawsuit can be followed by going to the Comptroller’s office website and then searching for the records using the case number: 2011cp005095