Judge Orders Arrest of Man Filing Harassing Debtor Liens

, New York Law Journal

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A federal judge has ordered the arrest of a concert promoter accused of filing spurious debtors' liens against lawyers with Loeb & Loeb in New York, his former lawyers at Dentons and the William Morris Endeavor Entertainment talent agency.

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Originally appeared in print as Judge Orders Promoter's Arrest for Filing Harassing Debtor Liens

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  • I checked out his blog. Not sure how a "brilliant legal mind" could also be a "delusional, brain-washed individual," but his blog is quite impressive!

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    I love how Marcus Washington, a brilliant legal mind and crusader for civl rights, is commenting here (March 11th). For a real laugh, and a look inside the mind of a delusional, brain-washed individual, visit the blog he mentions below.

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    Go to www.meagainistiniquity.wordpress.com for the truth behind Leonard Rowe filing commercial liens against his former counsel now known as Dentons LLP & the Willie Gary Law Firm, as well as Loeb & Loeb LLP, William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, Michael P. Zweig, Helen Gavaris, Martin R. Gold, Richard Primoff, Raymond Helsin, Christine Lepera and Willie Gary.

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