Lawsuit: Pending AlexanderLove v. The Redmont Bar Association [Case No. 07-2021-06]

AlexanderLove
AlexanderLove
IN THE FEDERAL COURT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF REDMONT
CIVIL ACTION


AlexanderLove
Plaintiff

v.

The Redmont Bar Association
Defendant

COMPLAINT
The Plaintiff complains against the Defendant as follows:

On July 5th, 2021, I, AlexanderLove, was disbarred and my license to file lawsuits on behalf of clients was revoked by the Redmont Bar Association (RBA). I believe this disbarment is wrongful as it does not fulfill the requirements of the Legal Board Act. Furthermore, the Legal Board Act specifies, in Section Four, that the RBA can only strip lawyers of their ability to file lawsuits, and says nothing about the prohibition of participating and representing clients in active lawsuits. A member of the Redmont Bar Association Council, SumoMC, used his position to steal three clients from me by falsely claiming that I can no longer practice law, period, despite the fact that the case is already active. I am asking the Court to restore my ability to practice law in ongoing cases, and I am seeking damages from SumoMC / The RBA for the loss of three clients in a very valuable case.

I. PARTIES
1. AlexanderLove (Plaintiff)
2. Redmont Bar Association (Defendant)
3. SumoMC
4. Trentrick_Lamar, Hong_Kong_101, and ShinHeYing (My former clients)

II. FACTS
1. I made comments to another attorney that were taken out of context. I do admit I should have phrased things better, and I issued an apology to the other attorney for these comments. The comments are in Exhibit #1.
2. The RBA launched an investigation, and attempted to suspend my cases, as seen in Exhibit #2. I disputed this, citing the Legal Board Act, Section Five, and they included this dispute as part of the reason they disbarred me.
3. I was disbarred, for the reasons stated in Exhibit #3. I believe I have freedom of speech, and I never threatened anyone. Furthermore, I have the right to argue my side of the story, and standing up for myself should not be a reason for disbarment.
4. They cited morality as a reason for disbarment, however, I did nothing immoral. I was merely reminding the opposing council that their case is a clear loss, and that they should not have their reputation tarnished by taking a losing case. I do not see how this is immoral, let alone immoral enough to remove my license to practice law. I can understand where I went wrong, but I should not be disbarred over it.

III. CLAIMS FOR RELIEF
1. Section Four of the Legal Board Act states that the RBA may only strip attorneys of their ability to file lawsuits, and does not specify they may strip them of their ability to otherwise represent clients, especially in active cases and in defense work.
2. Section Five of the Legal Board Act states that the RBA may only strip attorneys of their ability to file lawsuits under specific circumstances. The RBA contrived a very narrow reason to loosely justify their disbarment. The reason cited indicates they were searching for a reason to disbar me, rather than vote honestly. My actions were not negligent, as speaking to another attorney to get them to drop a case in no way endangered the case.
3. SumoMC, who was on the council, was competing with me for a case and had a conflict of interest. Nonetheless, he was one of the decision-makers on the council. This is immoral if anything.

IV. PRAYER FOR RELIEF
The Plaintiff seeks the following from the Defendant:
1. Reinstatement into the Redmont Bar Association
2. Reinstatement of my license to file lawsuits on behalf of clients
3. Damages to compensate for reputation loss and loss of a major case ($25,000)
4. A written, public apology from the Redmont Bar Association
5. Legal fee repayment ($500)

V. EVIDENCE
I am hereby tendering the following exhibits into evidence:
By making this submission, I agree I understand the penalties of lying in court and the fact that I am subject to perjury should I knowingly make a false statement in court.

DATED: This 6th day of July, 2021
 

bubbarc

Citizen
Judge
Donator
BubbaRC
BubbaRC


IN THE FEDERAL COURT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF REDMONT
WRIT OF SUMMONS


The defendant is required to appear before the court in the case of AlexanderLove v. the Redmont Bar Association. Failure to appear within 72 hours of this summons will result in a default judgment.

I'd also like to remind both parties to be aware of the Court Rules and Procedures.​
 

Canxx01

Citizen
Senator
Justice Department
Canxx01
Canxx01
IN THE COURT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF REDMONT
MOTION TO DISMISS

AlexanderLove
Plaintiff

v.

The Redmont Bar Association
Defendant

MOTION TO DISMISS

Defendant move that the complaint in this case be dismissed, and in support thereof, respectfully alleges:

1. The legal boards act section gives clear clarification for the council to remove ones ability to file lawsuits for clients or other players, section fives gives some grounds for the removal of a practicing licence, in accordance with the grounds used for the conclusion of Alexanderlove disablement was 5.3, by practicing Malpractice ( improper, illegal, or negligent professional behaviour. ) this was one of the key reason why the decision was made.

2. The RBA also looked at the events when around the message was send, it was made clear that he did apologies for said action/words but that does mean they disappear, the time frame in which what was seem a last ditch attempt to push the opposing council into a corner and back them down.

3. The RBA bylaws states: The Redmont Bar Association is to regulate and organise the entire legal profession. This includes the regulation of law firms, legal information, public defenders and disciplinary action against all members fro breach of ones duty to the legal guidelines and any other scope specified in the legal boards act. This give the RBA the power to make sure that the profession is kept to a high standard and failure to do this is negligent of their duties.

4. The ethical guideline broken is misconduct of malpractice: improper, illegal, or negligent professional behaviour. If the codified basis of a ethical decree document is what the judge seek in clarification for this then my answer will be due to the failure of previous Councils, most notable the ethics chairperson that Judge Matthew at the time AG Matthew had informed the said council to implement such there was no document made. my belief is not in allow more ethical misconduct to continue, in the last two weeks we have seen two cases of misconduct reported to us, upon the first this council made the decision to start this process, however we can only move so fast at doing this considering how long this organisation has been running. the council is determined to get a document of ethical practice published as well as making sure within our power to make sure that the regulation of the legal profession remains proper and professional through the by laws of the RBA and legal boards act along with looking to irl areas of ethical practices which our legal system is created from. It would be both unethical and negligent if the council didn’t acted when members of the legal profession step out of line, we must take action and we did and we don’t regret that.

5. In regards to the information presented about Council member Sumo, at the time the clients referred to was under the representation fo Apex law firm owned by sumo, it is his right to protect clients at his firm for its reputation and for the clients legal safety in the event of any outcome. It shelved he acted correctly and effectively in dealing with the problem at hand.

6. In regard to the last evidence submitted, the statement made by Councilman Poemhunter was one addressed to all not one particular lawyer due to two reports in less than one week and the announcement by sumo was jut to inform the RBA of the decision, any council member could have done it he was just the one available at the time.

DATED: This 10 day of July 2021
 

bubbarc

Citizen
Judge
Donator
BubbaRC
BubbaRC
Motion to dismiss overruled, this is a serious case that you do not allege any frivolities nor inaccuracies towards, instead you presented a counter argument towards the plaintiff's claims, the defense may now proceed with their opening statement.
 

SumoMC

Citizen
Judge
Attorney General
Donator
SumoMC
SumoMC
Your honor I request that this be pushed back a bit, i am still new to the office and need a bit of time to get it together to be able to give my 100% in this case
 
AlexanderLove
AlexanderLove
Your honor, this case is a matter of urgency to me as every day this is delayed is a loss of my reputation, legal standing, and ability to practice what I love and rely on for income. I request that the delay is no more than 24 hours, or that the Attorney General utilizes a member of his office to continue this case.
 

SumoMC

Citizen
Judge
Attorney General
Donator
SumoMC
SumoMC
Your honor,
I took over a office where I was the only prosecutor, I request 48 hours.
 

bubbarc

Citizen
Judge
Donator
BubbaRC
BubbaRC
Your honor, this case is a matter of urgency to me as every day this is delayed is a loss of my reputation, legal standing, and ability to practice what I love and rely on for income. I request that the delay is no more than 24 hours, or that the Attorney General utilizes a member of his office to continue this case.
Objection overruled, the defendant was just appointed to attorney general with no staff to assist them with any such case

Your honor,
I took over a office where I was the only prosecutor, I request 48 hours.
The court is hereby in recess for 48 hours, we may reconvene after that time
 
AlexanderLove
AlexanderLove
May it please the Court,

This is a case of corruption over competition. The Redmont Bar Association decided to disbar me because they would rather be corrupt than deal with the competition I pose to them. I showed them I am not afraid to stand up for myself, with the law and Constitution on my side. That is when they made the decision to disbar me, under the grounds of refusing to abide by their illegal suspension. Under no law or bylaw can the RBA suspend a lawyer, nor may they strip a lawyer, for any length of time, from their ability to practice law. The law only provides the RBA can strip a lawyer of their ability to file cases on behalf of clients. This does not address the practicing of law inactive cases. Furthermore, the RBA will try to justify how their bylaws allow them to do certain actions. This same argument would be like the Congress passing a law to give themselves more power. No entity may give itself more power unilaterally, especially without Constitutional backing. The RBA is not a legislative entity and may not add criteria or parameters for the disbarring of attorneys. While it has the power to regulate attorneys, this has historically been interpreted to mean providing clear guidelines within the law to ensure lawyers do not step outside the bounds of the Legal Board Act.

Their bylaws are also vague in general. How can a lawyer follow the ethical guidelines when said ethical guidelines are enumerated nowhere? Everyone's standards of ethics are subjective and different based on their personal beliefs and experiences; so said ethics, in order to be enforceable, must be enumerated and made objective. I was removed from the RBA discord so I cannot provide their bylaw document but anyone with access can go read the document and see my point.

The Judge in the case I was counsel for agreed I broke no law with my statement and even knew I was attempting to make an out-of-court settlement with another attorney. This was executed poorly, and I indeed apologized to the other attorney and discussed the wrongdoing with him. This will be published into evidence below. The RBA cited me under "negligent practicing" for this maneuver. This was in no way negligent, as the foreseeability that this would ruin a case is none. The clients were out of the zone of danger in any event, and they could in no way be impacted by my personal interactions with another attorney. A Judge cannot alter a verdict based on out-of-court statements that do not change the facts of the case itself. This, therefore, is an unfair extrapolation contrived to simply eliminate the competition. Two of the five RBA councilors have, in the past, shown dislike and unfavorable treatment toward me. These councilors are SumoMC and Aladeen22.

That alone constitutes a conflict of interest, however, to make matters worse, SumoMC and I were, at the time, competing for a large business client in a huge lawsuit. The details of this were provided in my filing, and I will be calling each of the three defendants in that case to the stand to testify to the fact SumoMC and I were in competition during the RBA investigation on me. Neither Aladeen nor Sumo will be able to tell the Court that they recused themselves from the vote. SumoMC implied in a private conversation with me that he voted in favor of my disbarring, which confirms this fact. Evidence is provided below.

Section Five of the Legal Board Act provides that the RBA may only exercise its power in Section Four to strip a lawyer of their license to file a lawsuit on behalf of another client for very specific parameters. Throughout this case so far, I have addressed how their reasons step outside these parameters and the words were twisted unfairly just to find a reason to disbar me. The original intention of this law was to remove blatantly neglectful and incompetent attorneys from the legal industry, not just attorneys who merely pose a challenge for attorneys on the RBA council.

It has also come to my attention that councilor SumoMC has threatened fellow attorneys in the past. He is now the Attorney General. Evidence of this is provided below. Should he also be disbarred under the same bogus reasons I was? If we are going to be disbarring people for competitive, but not obstructive, interactions with other attorneys, we should also be disbarring the Attorney General. Or we should understand that this is not a valid reason to disbar fellow attorneys. Given that Sumo did the same actions himself and still voted in favor of my disbarment, it is clear he is being corrupt for the sake of removing competition from the playing field.

Given that the RBA investigation was botched due to a conflict of interest, they overstepped their boundaries given the parameters of the Legal Board Act, and they cited improper reasons for my disbarment, I ask the Court to grant my prayers for relief. We must not set the precedent that the RBA can remove attorneys they do not like. The stripping of a license to practice should not be taken lightly. It should be reserved for the most serious of legal industry infractions.

Thank you, your honor.

Evidence:
 

SumoMC

Citizen
Judge
Attorney General
Donator
SumoMC
SumoMC
Objection!

Your honor, first and foremost the evidence that he has provided is complete bogus. The incidents are very much different. I did not threaten the reputation of a lawyer I called his contract bad two very different things. We had a time limit and we needed to act fast. Since the incident me and the person I “threatened” agreed it was time sensitive and that what I did was tried to hurry the process along. I told him to drop the case because we took the settlement. I have informed the RBA of this and after an inquiry and questions by Councilman Dropper he dropped the issue. I also didn’t imply anything and Alex brining this up is his desperate attempt to have the court, the administration and the people to lose there confidence in my ability to do my job and my credibility.
 
AlexanderLove
AlexanderLove
Your honor, this objection has no nature. It is merely a rebuttal rather than a motion against a breach of Court procedure. It should be stricken from the record, and his rebuttal should be saved for his closing statement.
 

SumoMC

Citizen
Judge
Attorney General
Donator
SumoMC
SumoMC
IN THE COURT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF REDMONT

MOTION TO DISMISS



Alexsander P. Love

Plaintiff



v.



The Redmont Bar Association



MOTION TO DISMISS

Defendant move that the complaint in this case be dismissed, and in support thereof, respectfully alleges:



1.) Legal Board Act section 5 subsections 3 and 4

(3) Lawyers must ensure they are providing effective counsel in representing their clients in court.

(4) Lawyers must ensure they are abiding by any other procedure or terms set out by the courts.



In attempting to intimidate opposing council outside of the courts, the lawyer (Alexsander P Love) violated subsection 3 by seeking an extralegal solution to a legal dispute outside the jurisdiction of the courts.

Due to the same incident, the lawyer was reported to the RBA by a lawfully serving Judge, which serves to represent "other procedure or terms set out by the courts"

Due to the breach of these two expressly codified clauses, the RBA has invoked Section 4 Subsection 2:

(2) The Council of the board may vote to revoke such person’s ability to file a lawsuit.





Section 4 subsection 2 clearly states:

(2) The Council of the board may vote to revoke such person’s ability to file a lawsuit.

The council voted, and his ability to file lawsuits is accordingly revoked.

Therefore the RBA Council was Legally within their right to Disbar Alexander P Love and revoke his membership from the Redmont Bar Association

(The words defendand and complaint should be changed in case the motion is to dismiss a counterclaim.)

DATED: This 19th day of July 2021
 
AlexanderLove
AlexanderLove
Your honor, the plaintiff's motion to dismiss was already previously denied. We are here to dispute the facts brought about in the motion for dismissal.

Section 4 subsection 2 clearly states:

(2) The Council of the board may vote to revoke such person’s ability to file a lawsuit.

The council voted, and his ability to file lawsuits is accordingly revoked.

Therefore the RBA Council was Legally within their right to Disbar Alexander P Love and revoke his membership from the Redmont Bar Association
It is stipulated in Section Five of the Legal Board Act that they may only revoke if certain terms are met. These terms were not met. We are here to deliberate over that claim.

1.) Legal Board Act section 5 subsections 3 and 4

(3) Lawyers must ensure they are providing effective counsel in representing their clients in court.

(4) Lawyers must ensure they are abiding by any other procedure or terms set out by the courts.



In attempting to intimidate opposing council outside of the courts, the lawyer (Alexsander P Love) violated subsection 3 by seeking an extralegal solution to a legal dispute outside the jurisdiction of the courts.
I was attempting to reach a settlement with the opposing counsel. The Judge in the original case did indeed say what I did was legal and he recognized I was not attempting to obstruct justice. Extralegal solutions to legal disputes are called settlements, and are fully legal and reached often. This is not against any precedent or regulation. As previously stated, I was abiding by all procedures and terms. If one searches, there is no law or regulation that says I did something against regulation or prohibits what I did. The RBA has no ethics document or such regulation. Canxx admitted they don't have a proper ethics document and that they mean to write one, but this does not mean they can punish for unenumerated ethics. I fully believe I was providing effective counsel in representing my clients in Court. What I did in no way would have foreseeably affected the trial. Ineffective counsel would be giving improper legal advice, filing a claim that helped the opposition win, releasing falsified evidence, etc... which I did not do. I was constructing a winning case and attempting to get the opposition to settle to make the case less stressful for my clients.



As always, this motion to dismiss does not allege any inaccuracies or frivolities. I have brought serious disputes that are contested between myself and the defendant, that need to be settled in Court. Thank you, your honor.
 

bubbarc

Citizen
Judge
Donator
BubbaRC
BubbaRC
Motion to dismiss overruled, as the motion to dismiss appears more like a rebuttal then allegations of inaccuracy or frivolity, the defendant may now proceed with their opening statement
 

SumoMC

Citizen
Judge
Attorney General
Donator
SumoMC
SumoMC
Your Honor, I would like to submit a Motion of Reconsideration:

You, Your Honor, have asked for a motion to dismiss that alleges frivolity or inaccuracy, and I have cited the very law that gives the RBA the power to exercise what the Defendant has sued it for. I did not issue any rebuttal, as I literally did not give an answer to any claims that the Defendant did. How can my motion to dismiss be construed as a rebuttal when it doesn't give an answer to any of the defendants claims?

For these reasons I would like for this court to entertain my Motion of Reconsideration on the overruling of my motion to dismiss. Thank you
 

bubbarc

Citizen
Judge
Donator
BubbaRC
BubbaRC
Motion overruled, not only does a Motion of Reconsideration not exist, but the motion to dismiss uses the law itself to counter the initial filing, the allegations of "inaccuracy" simply provides their interpretation of a law which the plaintiff already acknowledges, and there are no allegations of frivolity, as well as the lawsuit isn't entirely off of that interpretation, it is also partially based off of allegations of corruption in the Redmont Bar Association, the defendant may now proceed with their opening statement
 

SumoMC

Citizen
Judge
Attorney General
Donator
SumoMC
SumoMC
OPENING STATEMENT:

The Redmont Bar Association oversees the Entire legal profession. This includes the conduct of lawyers that are members. During a case Alexsander P Love decided that instead of playing by the rules in a case he knew he was going to lose, he decided to try and intimidate a well respected lawyer, a diligent and hard working one at that. When the judge asked for an investigation into his conduct the members of the Redmont Bar Association Council leaped into action and launched an investigation for a few reasons.

1.) To hold Alexsander P Love accountable for his actions
2.) To protect the integrity of the profession and institution
3.) to do our due diligence to the lawyer he tried to intimidate and to the court who as extremely concerned by the tactics used by the Plaintiff

Mr Love claims that the RBA is “intimidated” by him. This is false. The RBA is intimidated by no one. The RBA has no reason to because it is the institution that runs the field. Mr Love is doing nothing there but trying to boost his own sense of self worth and make a case of prejudice, that’s not what’s going on here. The investigation into Mr Love was for his conduct, not because we feared him.

The RBA was within its right to disbar Former Lawyer Alexsander P Love. The council found wrong doing ok his behalf and temporarily suspended his license to practice law.
 
AlexanderLove
AlexanderLove
Your honor, I have already made my opening statement, however, I would like to add that I broke no rules. Nowhere does it say intimidation is against any regulation, except under obstruction of justice. What I did was found by the Court to not have constituted obstruction of justice, and therefore is a fully legal tactic. Under no RBA document does it say what I did was in any way against a rule or regulation. Furthermore, I was not intending to intimidate the opposing council as opposed to simply trying to come off as confident to show the other attorney I would not be settling for anything less than my clients deserved.

Additionally, the Plaintiff alleges I am making this a case of prejudice, when in fact I am merely giving evidence and explanation to the fact the RBA searched for a justification in disbarring me. I received no warning that what I did was wrong or against any rules (it wasn't), but I believe an instant stripping of my license was a maneuver to eliminate competition, as no reasonable unbiased council would instantly strip the practicing license of an attorney over a single verbal statement that did not go against any law or regulation. I would like to add that the RBA is making this a prejudicial case by using ad hominem insults against my character. I ask the Court to remind the defendant to be civil throughout this entire case.

Thank you, your honor.
 

bubbarc

Citizen
Judge
Donator
BubbaRC
BubbaRC
Apologies, you had already submitted your opening statement, does either party have any further evidence or any witnesses they would like to present?
 
AlexanderLove
AlexanderLove
Before I summon them, what relevance do they hold to the case besides being clients of yours at the time of the revocation?
Your honor, they can testify to the conflict between me and Sumo to show the bias in the council's decision. Additionally, they can also testify to the fact that I am an attorney who had their best interests at heart and that I was tactical throughout the case, and that I am not a negligent attorney as the RBA accuses.
 

bubbarc

Citizen
Judge
Donator
BubbaRC
BubbaRC
Very well, as Trentrick_Lamar is currently banned I cannot summon him, however the other two witnesses have been summoned
 

bubbarc

Citizen
Judge
Donator
BubbaRC
BubbaRC
As both of the defendant's witnesses are already there we will start with them, firstly the defendant may ask any questions they may have then we will open the floor to cross-examination
 

bubbarc

Citizen
Judge
Donator
BubbaRC
BubbaRC
As the attorney general has been appointed to the courts and had the position refilled I hereby put the court into recess for 48 hours
 

bubbarc

Citizen
Judge
Donator
BubbaRC
BubbaRC
The Court feels there would be a conflict of interest in SumoMC serving as a witness for the plaintiff considering the allegations against them, therefore I am overruling this request
 
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