Breaking Zeek Rewards News: First Federal Class Action Lawsuit Filed By Patrick Miller LLC On Behalf Of Johnny Belsome and Class

On Augest 24th, 2012 the first Federal Lawsuit was filed by Patrick Miller LLC on Behalf of Johnny Belsome, Timothy Allen, Jody Hinckley, Donald Marcel, Keith Hinkley, Starr Achinson, Edward Thiel, Brett Hunter, and Tara Belsome, on behalf of themselves, and all others simarly situated…Source

Patrick Patrick

Patrick H. Patrick graduated from the University of South Alabama and from Tulane Law School in 1984, where he served as articles editor for the Tulane Law Review. Prior to the formation of Patrick Miller LLC, Pat was a partner at one of the largest New Orleans law firms. Pat’s practice focuses on insurance and maritime issues. He also has a commercial litigation practice that includes intellectual property and antitrust cases. Pat is admitted to the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and all federal and state courts in the state of Louisiana. He has handled matters before agencies such as the United States Custom Service, the United States and Louisiana Departments of Labor, the United States Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, the Louisiana Insurance Commission, the Louisiana Commission on Public Ethics, all gaming regulatory agencies in Louisiana and Mississippi, and the Louisiana Department of Public Health. He is a registered lobbyist in Louisiana. Source Patrick Miller LLC

Pierre V. Miller II

Pierre V. Miller II received a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance degree from the University of Notre Dame in 1983 and a juris doctorate with honors from Tulane Law School in 1986. Pierre served as a law clerk for the late Earl E. Veron, United States District Judge, Western District of Louisiana. Prior to founding Patrick Miller LLC, Pierre practiced at one of the largest New Orleans law firms, where he gained invaluable experience and extensive training.

He is an experienced litigator who has handled bankruptcy, commercial litigation, and business tort cases in areas including intellectual property infringement and misappropriation, construction, contract, insurance, collections, breach of fiduciary duty, professional malpractice, maritime, and trade regulation at all levels of the state and federal court systems. Pierre handles successions and estates and related succession litigation. He advises clients on oil and gas and other transactional matters, including business formations and the negotiation and drafting of contracts and other instruments. Pierre has been named to Louisiana’s lists of Super Lawyers for Business Litigation annually since 2008. Source Patrick Miller LLC

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6 thoughts on “Breaking Zeek Rewards News: First Federal Class Action Lawsuit Filed By Patrick Miller LLC On Behalf Of Johnny Belsome and Class”

  1. There’s no need to “join” a class action case at all.

    By nature of a class action, all of those that are “similarly situated” (a/k/a people that are part of the class), receive the benefits of any possible outcome. There’s no advantage, and I’m not even sure if it’s possible, to voluntarily “join” a class action case. Once there’s a resolution, the class members are notified via snail mail.

    BUT….there’s a benefit in staying plugged in because if the class action lawyers need information, it makes their jobs easier if people provide it upon request. As an example, the lawyers might want thousands of affidavits where the Zeek participants explain their losses and involvement. I hope this helps.

    Troy, thanks for the plug. We’re just trying to keep the site fresh. It’s really all we can do, in my opinion.

  2. Kevin is not yet pursing a class action suit is he? Would all class action suits be heard in the same court even if there is different representation?
    Also I had a question regarding a message sent by Nx Pay stating:
    "If you initiate a chargeback with your bank, you are in violation of a DIRECT FEDERAL COURT ORDER and exposing yourself to the risk of being criminally prosecuted for fraud."
    Do you think this is true? Would a bank initiate a chargeback if it was illegal?

  3. Rchard8,

    That is a great question. The first thing I would do is investigate the background of all the legal teams. Rod Cook the MLM Watchdog provided the following on the N.C. Legal Team.
    You can view Rod's original post at:

    Kevin Thompson who is my personal attorney should also be investigated before you join, but I do not think you will find the same info as above.

    Living An Epic Adventure,

  4. Hi Troy, I wonder what you would do if you wish to join a class-action suit since there are at least two law firms involved now. Join them all?:)

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