Thursday, September 3, 2009

Request for peer review of Affidavit (Dkt #10) by Prof Joseph Grundfest in SEC v BAC (1:09-cv-06829)

Date: Wed, 02 Sep 2009 21:59:55 -0700
To: [list of Stanford Law Faculty- redacted; jhz]
From: joseph zernik
Subject: Request for peer review of Affidavit (Dkt #10) by Prof Joseph Grundfest in SEC v BAC (1:09-cv-06829)

To: Stanford Law School Faculty, and faculty of other law schools.

From: Joseph Zernik

RE: Affidavit (
Dkt #10) by Prof. Joseph Grundfest, Stanford Law School, in SEC v BAC

Links are provided below for the Affidavit referenced above [1], and for a letter I wrote today to Prof Grundfest and to Counsel for SEC and BAC, requesting a re-write or a withdrawal of the affidavit. [2]
As his peers, I request your help in assessing the integrity, including, but not limited to Academic Integrity, of the Affidavit. Included in such request is the request for assessment of the integrity of filing such paper in proceedings where there is no publicly visible Summons and no publicly visible Assignment to a Judge, and with no party filer appearing on the face of the paper.

Needless to say, the proceedings in SEC v BAC pertain to matters that are critical for the economic future of the U.S.

I would be grateful for your response in this matter, no later than Tuesday, September 8, 2009, 5:00pm, so that I may incorporate it in my letter to the Honorable Jed Rakoff, U.S. Judge.

Joseph Zernik


[1] Affidavit of Prof Joseph Grundfest in SEC v BAC

[2] September 2, 2009 Letter to Prof Grundfest, counsel for SEC and BAC, requesting re-write or withdrawal of the Affidavit

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