WELCOME BACK?

A big victory today for David Di Pietro and his legal team, Brian Silber, Bruce Green, and Jay Spechler, who report Governor Scott has been ordered by Broward judge Carol Lisa Phillips to reinstate Di Pietro as chair of the NBHD, effective immediately.

Di Pietro was gracious when reached for comment, refusing to respond to our prodding to take a shot at Scott.  “I’m very happy,” Di Pietro stated, and left it at that.

Will there be an appeal?  Stay tuned …

(5:04 pm)

22 thoughts on “WELCOME BACK?”

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    They all need to go-Quite frankly we don’t want a Republican who supports womanizer Trump serving on OUR Board. Also the issues with this no bid advertising contract and subsequent fundraiser leave a bad taste in our mouth.

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    It will just get reversed on appeal & the Martian will prevail in the end but it’s always nice to see a judge with nads, eh?

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      Yeah It’s fun to watch Silber et al act all bold with this opinion. Judge was just playing politics – it will be reversed because a Governor appointed the position & can un-appoint.

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    Howard Finkelstein: $154,140.00
    Catherine Keuthan: 154,139.88
    Diane Cuddihy: $151,076.88
    Bob Willis: $139,150.68
    Frank De La Torre: $126,775.44
    Sue Porter: $124,122.48
    Rene Dadowski: $102,250.20
    Gordon Weekes: $99,999.72
    Owen McName: $93,269.16
    Lynn Desanti: $81,339.60
    Nadine Levy: $79,800.00
    Total: $1,306.064.04 spent on 11 attorneys with no real cases to their names.

    Diane sometimes does appeals, Bob has one case and Lynn does misdemeanor VOPS. $1,306.064.04 for 11 attorneys that don’t even remember what it’s like to try a case. If there isn’t any money for raises, then administration needs a pay cut.

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      What a complete waste of money. None of these morons could try their way out of a wet paper bag … Ever seen’m in court ? You won’t. Their knees would start shaking like a wet dog’s.

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      Not much surprise except for Weeks’ salary. He thought he was the heir apparent? Looks like salary inequality still rains.

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    Can anyone shed some light on why Bill is sucking David DiPietro’s asshole so hard?
    His is the sort of corruption Bill purports to uncover. The bias is obvious. What’s the deal?

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      It’s the same bias such as when attorneys having conjugal visits with their clients or when attorneys get caught doing something wrong.

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    When the JQC complaint against your wife makes Politico, it looks like David still has problems. If it was discovered that certain doctors made contributions to Nina right after their contracts were renewed by David DiPietro and the Board. They could even start looking to see if Nina awarded certain PIP plaintiff attorneys big fee awards around the time of their contributions.. I have a feeling this is far from over.
    http://www.capitalnewyork.com/article/florida/2016/04/8596275/complaint-filed-against-broward-judge-over-health-care-contributions

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    I have no horse in the race. But,

    JQC complaint not going anywhere. The fact that she liked a post by her husband criticizing his removal is minor. The political contributions complaint also not going anywhere. Her committee raised the funds. She can not solicit contributions.

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    Also, curious as to which cases she ruled on while a RICK SCOTT appointee to the FL Medical Board? Perhaps, some decisions leaned toward the benefit of the Broward Hospital District.

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    Don’t clap yet. I smell an appeal. Don’t think Phillips has jurisdiction. What the Governor giveth, the Governor can taketh away. That’s why it’s called an appointment.

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    I see shiney bracelets in David Di Pietro future. Go ahead do your political manvuering fight to get back on then quit. The alphabet boys are coming for him. When you do dirty it comes back to you.

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