Not Worth the Paper It’s Written On

It would appear that Andy Krafsur does not know as much about bankruptcy as he has led us to believe.  His letter to the judge in the El Paso Children’s Hospital bankruptcy has been returned to him… unopened and unread. Judge Mott’s law clerk wrote the letter informing him that his letter qualifies as ex parte communication. An ex parte communication occurs when a party to a case, or someone involved with a party, talks or writes to or otherwise communicates directly with the judge about the issues in the case without the other parties’ knowledge.  Furthermore, the letter asks that “kindly requests that you refrain from attempting any further communications with the court on an ex parte basis.”

More and more this is looking like just a grab at publicity.

You can read the El Paso Times article here.

 

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