RIP: CCGLA Lawsuit

After 18 months of unnecessary legal action taken by CCGLA, the motion for a new trial that was granted in February 2007 expired without any further action by CCGLA. This means the lawsuit has died. While the initial judgment made in favor of the Collin Equality Foundation would have extremely …

When is a suit, not a suit?

Having now had some time to sit back and catch up on things, I decided to post a response to the Motion for Non-Suit filed by Jay English, CCGLA’s Attorney. The CEF is not planning on opposing the motion, however it contained a number of statements or claims that continued …

Still pending

After we thought the matter between CCGLA and CEF had been resolved, the judge granted a motion for a new hearing on April 16, 2007. CCGLA’s attorney made some startling new claims during the hearing, especially the “fact” that CCGLA paid an attorney to draft the CEF’s documents, so they …

CCGLA vs. CEF

On March 31, 2006, Collin County Gay and Lesbian Alliance filed suit against Collin Equality Foundation for Declaratory Judgment and Application for Temporary Restraining Order and Injuctive Relief (Court Reference: 401-00994-06). The Plaintiffs are Collin County Gay & Lesbian Alliance, Michael Agan (Mike Agan), Lorie Burch, John Clements, Morris Garcia, …

A little late, but an update

On January 12, 2007 the 401st District Court considered our motion for Summary Judgment. Even after the judge convened his Court an hour late (due to a medical issue), and notice had been provided to CCGLA (Plaintiff) through their attorney about the hearing, CCGLA’s attorney failed to appear or contact …