Thursday, August 4, 2016

Controversial Attorney Brad Baugh Whistleblower Leak: Winnov Founder Olivier Garbe Divorce Battle

Attorney Garrett Dailey Controversy: Whistleblower Leak - Marriage of Dong and Garbe - Winnov Inc Olivier Garbe - Judge Mary Ann Grilli Santa Clara County Superior Court – Attorney Bradford Baugh, Baugh & Amini, 1550 The Alameda, Suite 155, San Jose CA 95126 - Garrett C. Dailey SBN 76180 Attorney at Law 2915 McClure Street Oakland CA 94609 - Sixth District Court of Appeal California San Jose
Silicon Valley divorce attorney Bradford Baugh. 
The past due attorney fee invoice embedded at the bottom of this post is from the high-conflict Silicon Valley divorce case between Winnov Inc Founder Olivier Garbe and Diana Dong. The case is being heard by controversial Santa Clara County Family Court Judge Mary Ann Grilli.   

San Jose divorce attorney Brad Baugh represents Garbe in the trial court, and prominent appellate attorney Garrett C. Dailey represents Garbe on appeal. Dong has been represented by a string of attorneys or been self-represented due to denials of motions requesting attorney fee funds.  

Baugh is connected to a number of high-profile, high-conflict Santa Clara County divorce cases, including Richard and Laura Beauchesne, Janet and Kyle Bowers, Susan and Robert Bassi, and Evan and Violet Brooks. 

Court watchdogs contend that Santa Clara County Superior Court case files show Baugh deliberately generates conflict between divorcing couples who have substantial assets and income, unnecessarily drags cases out for years, and in the process churns exorbitant legal fees.  Whistleblowers also allege that Baugh fails to disclose conflicts of interest with judges, referees, special masters, judge pro tems, and child custody evaluators, who Baugh has had personal, social, or professional relationships with for more than 20 years. 

Court case file statistical sampling and anecdotal evidence suggest that Baugh obtains favorable outcomes for his clients at a statistically improbable level. Whistleblowers attribute the attorneys unusual success to alleged unethical conduct, bad faith litigation tactics, serial moral turpitude misconduct, and corruption within his network of judges and associates. 

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