NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on October 6 and continuing through and including October 10, 2005, JENNIFER J. GRAY will be on vacation and unavailable for all purposes including, but not limited to, receiving notice of any kind, appearing in court, responding to ex parte applications, or attending depositions.I was one of 22 recipients. If Miss Gray is making $40,000 a year on each of 22 cases, then she is making a lot of money.
Purposefully scheduling a conflicting proceeding without good cause is sanctionable conduct pursuant to Tenderloin Housing Clinic v. Sparks (1992) 8 Cal.App.4th 299.
Dated: September 26, 2005 BOSSO WILLIAMS, APC
By: Jennifer J. Gray
Update: A reader suggests that if the judge says that I can file a brief with the court on the 6th, and if the lawyer is refusing to accept any papers on the 6th, then there is one logical solution. I can file the brief with the court on the 6th, and not give a copy to my ex-wife's lawyer until she returns from her vacation and I see her in court on the 11th. Yes, I guess that is the most logical way to comply with her silly demands. If she insists on not getting advance notice of what I submit to the judge, then I can accommodate her.