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Robert Conrad Meyer

Robert Meyer’s Legal Cases

6 total

  • In re Popek, 188 B.R. 701 (Bankr. S.D. Fla. 1995)

    Practice Area:
    Bankruptcy & Debt
    Outcome:
    Client kept homestead
    Description:
    This is one of a few cases in the 1990's which ruled for homestead protection, even when the asset was purchased from transferred assets.
  • In re LuRay Richardson, 151 B.R. 613 (Bankr. S.D. Fla. 1993)

    Practice Area:
    Bankruptcy & Debt
    Outcome:
    Debtor lost Tennacy by Entirety assets
    Description:
    Trustee prevailed to show that burden of proof was on party making exemption claim when there was assertion that personal property was held as tenants by the entirety.
  • In re Hartnett v. Mustelier, 2004 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 25654; 18 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. D 94 AND In re Hartnett v. Mustelier, 2004 U.S.

    Practice Area:
    Bankruptcy & Debt
    Outcome:
    Discharge for child support
    Description:
    Unique case delving into child support and collateral estoppel.
  • In re Hartnett v. Mustelier, 2004 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 27046; 18 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. D 183

    Practice Area:
    Bankruptcy & Debt
    Outcome:
    Prevailed on Preference defense
    Description:
    Had court review "ordinary course of business" defense and looked to the micro-economic review of the business between the Plaintiff with the Defendant as opposed to the macro-economic review elicited by other courts.
  • Mejia v. Ruiz, 985 So.2d 1109 (Fla. DCA3. 2008)

    Practice Area:
    Debt Collection
    Outcome:
    Hard fought victory
    Description:
    The defendants included a property manager and insurance litigator who dissolved corporation after client hurt on the premises of Defendants' corporately titled apartment building. Proceedings supplementary evolved to decision which now states that improper dissolution of a corporation (as allowed under Florida statute) may subject directors and shareholders to personal liability -- which is what occurred in this case.
  • Gillig v. Sallie Mae, Inc. (In re Gillig), 2008 Bankr. LEXIS 3841 (Bankr. S.D. Fla. Nov. 24, 2008)

    Practice Area:
    Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
    Date:
    Nov 24, 2008
    Outcome:
    Debt was discharged to those he contested as being his signature.
    Description:
    Debtor's former spouse used computer to falsely sign debtor as co-signer of her student loan debts.