Edward X. Clinton, Jr. 

I am a member of the Illinois Bar.  I graduated from Harvard Law School in 1991.  I spent the next year as a law clerk to the Honorable Michael S. Kanne of the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.  I worked at Mayer, Brown (now Mayer Brown Rowe and Maw) and Katten Muchin and now have my own firm.  My website is http://www.clintonlaw.net.  I have significant experience with federal civil procedure and appellate practice.  This blog will cover some of those issues from time to time. If you have a question about the blog contact me at edclintonjr@clintonlaw.net.

My address is

111 West Washington Street, Suite 1437
Chicago, IL 60602
(312) 357-1515
Facsimile (312) 201-0737

4 thoughts on “Edward X. Clinton, Jr. 

  1. As to your short synopsis of the record, Judge Kelly ruled that one of the three fraudulent assignments of mortgage must be valid, that any similarly named trust could foreclose on us, and that a filing that began uploading 11:53 pm and finished uploading at 12:03 am was late and refused to accept the pleading. The HAMP agreement, never returned to us countersigned, was used against us and Kelly accepted it as evidence when the evidentiary hearing was never held, thus violating my constitutional rights. Then the buffoon Judge Stadtmueller decides that the state court judge had plenty of time to adjudicate the assignments of mortgage recorded AFTER the foreclosure case was closed. The foreclosing attorneys from Litchfield Cavo and Gray and Associates filed forged documents,

  2. and when we submitted the Wells Fargo Foreclosure Attorney Manual to the Court, they called us frivolous. Anything that reference the truth about the transaction, the foreclosure, or the continued fraud on the court was deliberately excluded by fiat.

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