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Shaukat Ali v. Wasserman and Schachman Counselors At Law and David B. Wasserman

March 29, 2011

SHAUKAT ALI, PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT,
v.
WASSERMAN AND SCHACHMAN COUNSELORS AT LAW AND DAVID B. WASSERMAN, ESQ., DEFENDANTS-RESPONDENTS.



On appeal from Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division, Special Civil Part, Essex County, Docket Nos. DC-41408-08 and DC-4069-09.

Per curiam.

NOT FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION

Argued November 16, 2010

Before Judges Payne and Koblitz.

Plaintiff, Shaukat Ali, appeals from the order of a judge of the Special Civil Part, dated April 28, 2009, dismissing his complaints*fn1 against the law firm of Wasserman & Schachman and attorney David B. Wasserman with prejudice and sanctioning plaintiff in the amount of $500 and the order, dated June 12, 2009, denying reconsideration.

In his brief on appeal, plaintiff poses the following questions, which we set forth verbatim:

Issue 1

Does court err when tried to conduct hearing on civil right case, when case on March 28, 2009 for proof hearing was Replevin Action in violation of? H.E.S. v. J.C.S., 175 N.J. 309, 815 A.2d 405 (N.J. 02/06/2003)

Issue 11

Does court err when it did not enter default judgment for plaintiff against when defendant did not respond to both cases in violation of court rule 6:6-2?

Issue 111

Does court err when it did not give judgment from Plaintiff when defendant admitted he destroyed documents in violation of Rosenblit v. Zimmerman, 166 N.J. 391, 766 A.2d 749 (N.J. 02/26/2001) accord Aetna Life and Casualty Co. v. Imet Mason Contractors, 309 N.J. Super. 358, 707 A.2d 180 Issue 1V Does actor is liable for destruction of documents in violation NCP Litigation Trust v. KPMG LLP, 901 A.2d 871, 187 N.J. 353 (N.J. 06/28/2006):

We affirm in part and reverse in part.

I.

This action, like the many that preceded it, was filed by plaintiff following the entry of a judgment of divorce on December 31, 2002, in an action instituted against him by his former third wife, Tehmina Ali. Plaintiff had been divorced previously on two occasions, obtaining a ...


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