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BEFORE THE UNITED STATES JUDICIAL PANEL

ON MULTIDISTRICT LITIGATION
IN RE: MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS (MERS)
LITIGATION
MDL NO. 2119
AMICUS CURIJE INFORMATION REGARDING JUDGE W. ROYAL FURGESON, JR.
TO THE HONORABLE CHAIRMAN JOHN G. HEYBURN II, UNITED STATES
JUDICIAL PANEL ON MULTIDISTRICT LITIGATION ("JPML"):
At its meeting in Miami, Florida, on January 26, 2012, the JPML is scheduled to consider
a motion to transfer Dallas County, Texas v. MERSCORP, Inc. , et aI., C.A. No. 3:11-02733,
currently pending in the Northern District of Texas, to the District of Arizona. Roger K. Parsons,
amicus curire herein and resident of Dallas County, Texas, relates information showing grounds,
pursuant to 28 U.S.c. 455, for sua sponte disqualification of Judge W. Royal Furgeson, Jr.
("Judge Furgeson") from any role in deciding the disposition of the motion to transfer this case.
INFORMATION
On the recommendation of Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins ("Watkins"),
Dallas County Commissioners contracted
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Dallas-based lawyers Stephen F. Malouf ("Malouf')
and Lisa A. Blumenthal Baron ("Blue-Baron"/ to do work Watkins was elected and paid to do
and, in consideration for handling the case, assigned Malouf and Blue-Baron a 25% contingency-
fee interest in the proceeds of any settlement/judgment debt MERS may owe Dallas County.
1 Exhibit 1.0 is the contingency fee-contract Watkins "Recommended for Approval" by Commissioners'
Court of Dallas County, Texas on September 20, 2011. Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, who
motioned the Commissioners' Court for approval of Maloufs and Blue-Baron's contingency-fee contract is
currently under investigation by federal authorities looking into allegations of public corruption. See Exhibit 2.0,
"John Wiley Price Investigation: Commissioner Buys the Same Land Twice On the Same Day," Dallas Observer,
June 29, 2011; and the proceedings in USA v. Hill, et ai, TXND Case No. 3 :07-cr-00289-M-l .
2 Malouf and Blue-Baron do business under different monikers, however pleadings in this case show they
operate in joint-venture from 3811 Turtle Creek Blvd., Suite 800, Dallas, Texas 75219; 214-969-7373 (Telephone);
214-969-7648 (Facsimile). (See ECF No. 2119, p. 19.) The public corruption case cited above (USA v. Hill, et at)
was assigned to Judge Barbara M. G. Lynn who, just prior to her appointment, lead a team of lawyer-lobbyers at her
firm (Carrington, Coleman, Sloman & Blumental, LLP) that succeeded in derailing federal and state grand jury
investigations into allegations that officers at Baron & Budd, P.C. ("B&B"), including Blue-Baron, had conspired in
bribing/extorting judges with promises/threats of employment/unemployment as quid pro quo for the judges
willfully abusing their judicial authority to aid and abet, under color of law, a corrupt B&B corporate policy to
systematically suborn the perjury of thousands of witnesses in asbestos claims litigation. The scheme devised by
B&B' s officers made their contingency-fee contracts valuable even when there was no legitimate underlying claim.
AMICUS CURIJE INFORMATION REGARDING JUDGE W. ROYAL FURGESON, JR. Page 1 of 4
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BEFORE THE UNITED STATES JUDICIAL PANEL
ON MULTlDISTRICT LITIGATION
IN RE: MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS (MERS)
LITIGATION
MDL NO. 21 19
AMICUS CURIIE INFORMATION REGARDING JUDGE W. ROYAL FURGESON, JR.
TO THE HONORABLE CHAIRMAN JOHN G. HEYBURN II , UNITED STATES
JUDICIAL PANEL ON MULTIDISTRICT LITIGA nON ("JPML"):
At its meeting in Miami, Florida, on January 26, 2012, the JPML is scheduled to consider
a motion to transfer Dallas County, Texas v. MERSCORP, inc. , et af., c.A. No. 3: 11-02733,
currently pending in the Northern District of Texas, to the District of Arizona. Roger K. Parsons,
amicus curia! herein and resident of Dallas County, Texas, relates infonnation showing grounds,
pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 455, for sua sponte disqualification of Judge W. Royal Furgeson, Jr.
("Judge Furgeson") from any role in deciding the disposition of the motion to transfer this case.
INFORMATION
On the recommendation of Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins ("Watkins"),
Dallas County Commissioners contracted! Dallas-based lawyers Stephen F. Malouf ("Malouf')
and Lisa A. Blumenthal Baron ("Blue-Baron,,)2 to do work Watkins was elected and paid to do
and, in consideration for handling the case, assigned Malouf and Blue-Baron a 25% contingency-
fee interest in the proceeds of any settlement/judgment debt MERS may owe Dallas County.
I Exhibit 1.0 is the contingency fee-contract Watkins " Recommended for Approval" by Commissioners'
Court of Dallas County, Texas on September 20, 2011. Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, who
motioned the Commissioners' Court for approval of Maloufs and Blue-Baron's contingency-fee contract is
currently under investigation by federal authorities looking into allegations of public corruption. See Exhibit 2.0,
"John Wiley Price Investigation: Commissioner Buys the Same Land Twice On the Same Day," Dallas Observer,
June 29, 20 11 ; and the proceedings in USA v. Hill, el 01, TXND Case No. 3:07-cr-00289-M-I .
2 Malouf and Blue-Baron do business under different monikers, however pleadings in this case show they
operate in joint-venture from 3811 Turtle Creek Blvd., Suite 800, Dallas, Texas 75219; 214-969-7373 (Telephone);
214-969-7648 (Facsimile). (See ECF No. 21 19, p. 19.) The public corruption case cited above (USA v. Hill, eta/)
was assigned to Judge Barbara M. G. Lynn who, just prior to her appointment, lead a team of lawyer-lobbyers at her
firm (Carrington, Coleman, Sloman & Blumental, LLP) that succeeded in derailing federal and state grand jury
investigations into allegations that officers at Baron & 8udd, P.c. ("8&8"), including Blue-Baron, had conspired in
bribing/extorting judges with promises/threats of employmentlunemployment as quid pro quo for the judges
willfully abusing their judicial authority to aid and abet, under color of law, a corrupt B&B corporate policy to
systematical1y suborn the perjury of thousands of witnesses in asbestos claims litigation. The scheme devised by
8&8's officers made their contingency-fee contracts valuable even when there was no legitimate underlying claim.
AMICUS CURVE I NFORMATION REGARDING JUDGE W. ROYAl.. FURGESON, JR. Page 1 of 4
Malouf and Blue-Baron have substantial business relations with D-II Industries, Inc.,
Asbestos Claims Trust ("DII") Executive Director Marcelene J. Malouf ("Malouf-Furgeson"),
who is Malouf's sister and "partner," and Judge Furgeson's wife. Exhibits 3.1-3.4 are Financial
Disclosure Reports for the calendar years 2007-2010 that Judge Furgeson certified pursuant to
the Ethics in Government Act of 1978 (5 U.S.C. app. 101-111) declaring benefit of his
Malouf-Furgeson's unreported executive salary from DII and "partnership distributions" from
Malouf. As the former Corporate Secretary and Shareholder of Baron & Budd, P.C. ("B&B"),
Blue-Baron continues to receive distributions for contingency-fee assignments against asbestos
claims approved by DII Managing Director Malouf-Furgeson and "Advisory Committee"
Chairman Steve Baron, another B&B Shareholder.
REQUEST
Testimony in the Senate impeachment trial of District Court Judge G. Thomas Porteous
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showed that many federal judges justify willful blindness to using their judicial office to favor
their friends and families with the rationalization that "all federal judges do it." The undersigned
amicus curile relator of this information, requests that individual JPML members not allow their
friendships with Judge Furgeson, or any other member of the JPML, to influence their decisions
to enforce the public policy, codified as 28 U.S.C. 455, against federal judges sitting in
judgment of cases in which they have a pecuniary interest.
Sincerely,
ROGER K. PARSONS
2720 K Avenue, Suite 700-739
Plano, Texas 75074-5342
Telephone: (214) 649-8059
Facsimile: (972) 296-2776
eMail: R.K.Parsons@TexasBarWatch.US
3 See http://www.c-spanclassroom.orgNideo/863/Impeachment+of+Judge+G+Thomas+Porteous.aspx
AMICUS CURVE INFORMATION REGARDING JUDGE W. ROYAL FURGESON, JR. Page 2 of 4
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Malouf and Blue-Baron have substantial business relations with 0-11 Industries, Inc.,
Asbestos Claims Trust ("OIl") Executive Director Marcelene J. Malouf ("Malouf-Furgeson"),
who is Maloufs sister and "partner," and Judge Furgeson's wife. Exhibits 3. 1- 3.4 are Financial
Disclosure Reports for the calendar years 2007-2010 that Judge Furgeson certified pursuant to
the Ethics in Government Act of 1978 (5 U.S.C. app. 101 -111 ) declaring benefit of hi s
Malouf-Furgeson' s unreported executive salary from 011 and "partnership distributions" from
Malouf. As the former Corporate Secretary and Shareholder of Baron & Budd, P.C. ("B&B"),
Blue-Baron continues to receive distributions for contingency-fee assignments against asbestos
claims approved by 011 Managing Director Malouf-Furgeson and "Advisory Committee"
Chairman Steve Baron, another B&B Shareholder.
REQUEST
Testimony in the Senate impeachment trial of District Court Judge G. Thomas Porteous
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showed that many federal judges justify willful blindness to using their judicial office to favor
their friends and families with the rationalization that "all federal judges do it." The undersigned
amicus curire relator of this information, requests that indi vidual JPML members not allow their
friendships with Judge Furgeson, or any other member of the JPML, to influence their decisions
to enforce the public policy, codified as 28 U.S.C. 455, against federal judges sitting in
judgment of cases in which they have a pecuniary interest.
Sincerely,
ROGER K. PARSONS
2720 K Avenue, Suite 700-739
Plano, Texas 75074-5342
Telephone: (2 14) 649-8059
Facsimile: (972) 296-2776
eMai l: R.K.Parsons@TexasBarWatch.US
l See http://www ,c-spanclassroom .orgIV ideo/863/Impeachment+of+ J udge+G+ Thomas+Porteous.aspx
AMICUS CURlfE INFORMATION REGARDING JUDGE W. ROYAl.. FURGESON, JR. Page 2 014
2011 1589
ORDER NO.: ________ _
DATE: September 20. 2011
STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF DALLAS



COURT ORDER
BE IT REMEMBERED. at a regular meeting of the Commissioners' Court of Dallas County, Texas, held
on September 20, 2011, on motion made by John Price Connn. of District 113 and
seconded by Dr. Elba Garcia, Connn. of District 114 , the following Order was adopted:
WHEREAS, Malouf & Nockels LLP ("the FIRM") has agreed to perform legal services for auy and all
legal causes of action against Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., to collect any monies owed to Dallas
County, Texas as a result of mortgage fees not being paid to Dallas County, Texas for mortgages sold or assigned
for property in Dallas County, Texas; aud
WHEREAS, the FIRM has agreed to the scope of services aud the specific terms as incorporated by
reference outlined in the contingent fee for legal services contract.
IT IS THEREFORE, ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED that the Dallas County Commissioners
Court authorize the attached contingent fee for legal services contract between Dallas County aud Malouf &
Nockels LLP ("the FIRM"), and authorizes Dallas County Judge Clay Lewis Jenkins to sign such contract on behalf
of Dallas County, Texas.
DONE IN OPEN COURT this the 20
th
ohn'W ley Price, Comm. st. #3 /.,

Dr. Elba Garcia, Comm. Dist. #4
RecommendeO,li-
0val
'

Gordtin . el .
Chief, i II Division
CrimiJ:\l District Attorney's Office
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2011 1589
ORDER NO.: ________ _
DATE: September 20. 2011
STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF DALLAS



COURT ORDER
BE IT REMEMBERED. at a regular meeting of the Commissioners' Court of Dallas County, Texas, held
on September 20, 2011, on motion made by John Price Connn. of District 113 and
seconded by Dr. Elba Garcia, Connn. of District 114 , the following Order was adopted:
WHEREAS, Malouf & Nockels LLP ("the FIRM") has agreed to perform legal services for auy and all
legal causes of action against Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., to collect any monies owed to Dallas
County, Texas as a result of mortgage fees not being paid to Dallas County, Texas for mortgages sold or assigned
for property in Dallas County, Texas; aud
WHEREAS, the FIRM has agreed to the scope of services aud the specific terms as incorporated by
reference outlined in the contingent fee for legal services contract.
IT IS THEREFORE, ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED that the Dallas County Commissioners
Court authorize the attached contingent fee for legal services contract between Dallas County aud Malouf &
Nockels LLP ("the FIRM"), and authorizes Dallas County Judge Clay Lewis Jenkins to sign such contract on behalf
of Dallas County, Texas.
DONE IN OPEN COURT this the 20
th
ohn'W ley Price, Comm. st. #3 /.,

Dr. Elba Garcia, Comm. Dist. #4
RecommendeO,li-
0val
'

Gordtin . el .
Chief, i II Division
CrimiJ:\l District Attorney's Office
Exhibit 1.0, Page 1 of 6
CONTINGENT FEE CONTRACT FOR LEGAL SERVICES
STATE OF TEXAS

COUNTY OF DALLAS
This is a contingent fee contract for legal services ("CONTRACT") between the County
of Dallas (the "COUNTY") and the law firm of Malouf & Nockels LLP ("the FIRM"), 3811
Turtle Creek Blvd., Suite 800, Dallas, Texas 75219.
1. Engagement. This CONTRACT sets forth the matters for which legal services are
to be provided to County by the FIRM.
2. Scope of Engagement. COUNTY engages the FIRM as counsel to collect all
claims of COUNTY against Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., its affiliates,
shareholders, and all persons acting in concert with them, in activities related to the recording or
non-recording of documents related to promissory notes and/or mortgage obligations on real
estate located in Dallas County, Texas. Services may include: (i) making a demand; (ii)
preparing a complaint; (iii) prosecuting the action; (iv) online investigation; (v) enforcement of
any judgment obtained, by levy, garnishment and other lawful judicial remedies; (vi) filing a
proof of claim in any bankruptcy case; (vii) defending, any judicial lien against avoidance
motions under 11 U.S.C. 522(f), if a defense is warranted and economically practical in the
FIRM's business judgment; and (viii) reporting significant developments to COUNTY.
of:
3. Attorney's Fees. In the event of recovery, COUNTY shall pay the FIRM the lesser
a. twenty-five percent of the COUNTY's recovery; or
b. the average of the percentage of a recovery to be paid as
attorney's fees in contingency fee contracts of the ten (l0)
most populous Texas counties being represented under
contingency fee contracts for the same or similar claims.
If fewer than ten (10) Texas counties are being represented under contingency contracts
for the same or similar claims, the percentage of recovery to be paid as attorney's fees by the
COUNTY shall equal the average of the percentage of recovery to be paid as attorney's fees in
contingency contracts for all Texas counties represented in such action(s) on a contingency fee.
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, the percentage of recovery to be paid by
COUNTY as attorney's fees shall not exceed the lowest percentage of recovery to be paid as
attorney's fees by any other Texas county the FIRM may represent.
4. Retention of Other Counsel. COUNTY agrees that the FIRM may from time to
time retain other attorneys to assist in the matters contemplated herein. Provided, the FIRM
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CONTINGENT FEE CONTRACT FOR LEGAL SERVICES
STATE OF TEXAS

COUNTY OF DALLAS
This is a contingent fee contract for legal services ("CONTRACT") between the County
of Dallas (the "COUNTY") and the law firm of Malouf & Nockels LLP ("the FIRM"), 3811
Turtle Creek Blvd., Suite 800, Dallas, Texas 75219.
1. Engagement. This CONTRACT sets forth the matters for which legal services are
to be provided to County by the FIRM.
2. Scope of Engagement. COUNTY engages the FIRM as counsel to collect all
claims of COUNTY against Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc., its affiliates,
shareholders, and all persons acting in concert with them, in activities related to the recording or
non-recording of documents related to promissory notes and/or mortgage obligations on real
estate located in Dallas County, Texas. Services may include: (i) making a demand; (ii)
preparing a complaint; (iii) prosecuting the action; (iv) online investigation; (v) enforcement of
any judgment obtained, by levy, garnishment and other lawful judicial remedies; (vi) filing a
proof of claim in any bankruptcy case; (vii) defending, any judicial lien against avoidance
motions under 11 U.S.C. 522(f), if a defense is warranted and economically practical in the
FIRM's business judgment; and (viii) reporting significant developments to COUNTY.
of:
3. Attorney's Fees. In the event of recovery, COUNTY shall pay the FIRM the lesser
a. twenty-five percent of the COUNTY's recovery; or
b. the average of the percentage of a recovery to be paid as
attorney's fees in contingency fee contracts of the ten (l0)
most populous Texas counties being represented under
contingency fee contracts for the same or similar claims.
If fewer than ten (10) Texas counties are being represented under contingency contracts
for the same or similar claims, the percentage of recovery to be paid as attorney's fees by the
COUNTY shall equal the average of the percentage of recovery to be paid as attorney's fees in
contingency contracts for all Texas counties represented in such action(s) on a contingency fee.
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, the percentage of recovery to be paid by
COUNTY as attorney's fees shall not exceed the lowest percentage of recovery to be paid as
attorney's fees by any other Texas county the FIRM may represent.
4. Retention of Other Counsel. COUNTY agrees that the FIRM may from time to
time retain other attorneys to assist in the matters contemplated herein. Provided, the FIRM
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Exhibit 1.0, Page 2 of 6
agrees that any such aSSOCIatIOn will be without additional cost to the COUNTY. Section
1.04(f)(2) of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Responsibility CTDRPR") requires
that the FIRM secure the COUNTY's consent to the association of other firms to assist the FIRM
and also consent to the basis upon which the FIRM and these firms shall divide any fee that may
be paid by the COUNTY.
In compliance with section 1.04(f)(2), the FIRM hereby discloses to the COUNTY that
the FIRM has requested the following firms associate with the FIRM in pursuing the action
contemplated herein, subject to the consent of the COUNTY:
BARON & BLUE
KAESKE LAW FIRM
THE LAW OFFICES OF TERRI MOORE
BARBARA RADNOFSKY
MARKWHlTE
Also in compliance with section 1.04(f)(2), the FIRM hereby discloses that any attorney's
fees paid by COUNTY shall be allocated amongst the FIRM and these firms and attorney's
based upon the proportion of services performed, using as a basis for such determination the
estimated hours spent by attorneys and paralegals in each firm; any exceptional contribution( s)
made; the extent to which a firm has advanced expenses; and the relative responsibilities
assumed by each firm.
The FIRM further agrees that it will seek and secure the consent of the Dallas County
District Attorney prior to the association of any other counseL Such notice shall be in compliance
with Section 1.04(f) of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct. The FIRM also
agrees to and shall notify the D'allas County Commissioners' Court of any intention to associate
any additional counseL
In the event this action is consolidated in any manner with any other action, such as an
MDL, whether state or federal, the FIRM agrees that insofar as attorney's fees are determined by
the court, the FIR,\Il shall be bound by any such judicial determination.
5. Lead Counsel: At all times, Malouf & Nockels, LLP shall be lead counsel in any
litigation brought pursuant hereto.
6. Expenses. The firms identified herein agree to advance the expenses of litigation
determined by the firms to be reasonable and necessary. The COUNTY agrees that it will only
reimburse the firms for such expenses if the percentage of recovery to paid as attorney's fees
pursuant to the terms of this CONTRACT is 19% or less.
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agrees that any such aSSOCIatIOn will be without additional cost to the COUNTY. Section
1.04(f)(2) of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Responsibility CTDRPR") requires
that the FIRM secure the COUNTY's consent to the association of other firms to assist the FIRM
and also consent to the basis upon which the FIRM and these firms shall divide any fee that may
be paid by the COUNTY.
In compliance with section 1.04(f)(2), the FIRM hereby discloses to the COUNTY that
the FIRM has requested the following firms associate with the FIRM in pursuing the action
contemplated herein, subject to the consent of the COUNTY:
BARON & BLUE
KAESKE LAW FIRM
THE LAW OFFICES OF TERRI MOORE
BARBARA RADNOFSKY
MARKWHlTE
Also in compliance with section 1.04(f)(2), the FIRM hereby discloses that any attorney's
fees paid by COUNTY shall be allocated amongst the FIRM and these firms and attorney's
based upon the proportion of services performed, using as a basis for such determination the
estimated hours spent by attorneys and paralegals in each firm; any exceptional contribution( s)
made; the extent to which a firm has advanced expenses; and the relative responsibilities
assumed by each firm.
The FIRM further agrees that it will seek and secure the consent of the Dallas County
District Attorney prior to the association of any other counseL Such notice shall be in compliance
with Section 1.04(f) of the Texas Disciplinary Rules of Professional Conduct. The FIRM also
agrees to and shall notify the D'allas County Commissioners' Court of any intention to associate
any additional counseL
In the event this action is consolidated in any manner with any other action, such as an
MDL, whether state or federal, the FIRM agrees that insofar as attorney's fees are determined by
the court, the FIR,\Il shall be bound by any such judicial determination.
5. Lead Counsel: At all times, Malouf & Nockels, LLP shall be lead counsel in any
litigation brought pursuant hereto.
6. Expenses. The firms identified herein agree to advance the expenses of litigation
determined by the firms to be reasonable and necessary. The COUNTY agrees that it will only
reimburse the firms for such expenses if the percentage of recovery to paid as attorney's fees
pursuant to the terms of this CONTRACT is 19% or less.
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Exhibit 1.0, Page 3 of 6
7. Modifying the Engagement. Neither the FIRM nor the COUNTY may unilaterally
modify or amend the CONTRACT from what is set out in the CONTRACT. If the FIRM
determines that the scope of the CONTRACT needs to be modified or amended, the FIRM must
notify the COUNTY and submit an amended proposal for written approval. No work will be
done on a modified or amended engagement unless the modification or amendment has been
approved by the COUNTY.
8. Communication with the COUNTY. The Dallas County District Attorney shall be
copied on written communications between the firms identified herein and adverse parties. The
FIRM shall also from time to time provide the Dallas County District Attorney with updates on
the status of any litigation contemplated herein and copy any such update to the manager of the
Dallas Commissioners' Court Administrative Office. Such updates shall be provided when the
FIRM believes an event has occurred which should be brought to the attention of the Dallas
County District Attorney or the Dallas County Commissioners' Court. Provided, the FIRM shall
provide a status report at time it may be requested to do so by either Dallas County District
Attorney or the Dallas County Commissioners' Court. It is expressly understood and agreed that
any such communications are subject to the attorney-client and attorney work-product privileges
and shall not be disclosed to any person without the express approval of the Dallas County
Commissioners' Court. Accordingly all memoranda and opinions submitted to the C01JNTY
will contain conspicuous notice that the writing is protected under those privileges.
9. No Guaranties of Outcome. Nothing in this Agreement, and no statement made to
COUNTY before or after this Agreement is signed, is intended as a promise or guaranty of
collection. Any comments by the FIRM regarding potential outcome are expressions of opinion
only.
10. Compliance with Applicable Law. The FIRM is expected to assist the C01JNTY
in complying with all applicable laws and regulation. The FIRM agrees to notify the COUNTY
if the FIRM believes the COUNTY has violated an applicable law in the course of a matter so
that COUNTY may have a chance to cure the defect.
1 I. Monitoring of Matters. All matters will be actively monitored by the COUNTY.
The FIRM agrees upon engagement to identify the legal issues and defenses raised by the case or
transaction as well as research that might be required. The FIRM agrees to update this
information periodically or when asked by COUNTY to do so.
12. Litigation Practices. No appeals of any case may be taken without the written
approval of the District Attorney. Except for formal discovery, no information or photocopies
should be released from the COUNTY files to any litigant or other third party without a
subpoena. Opportunities for settlement or for alternative dispute resolution should be identified
early in the litigation and given serious consideration. Settlement of all or any of the matters
related to the CONTRACT is subject to the written consent of a majority of a quorum of the
Commissioners' Court.
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7. Modifying the Engagement. Neither the FIRM nor the COUNTY may unilaterally
modify or amend the CONTRACT from what is set out in the CONTRACT. If the FIRM
determines that the scope of the CONTRACT needs to be modified or amended, the FIRM must
notify the COUNTY and submit an amended proposal for written approval. No work will be
done on a modified or amended engagement unless the modification or amendment has been
approved by the COUNTY.
8. Communication with the COUNTY. The Dallas County District Attorney shall be
copied on written communications between the firms identified herein and adverse parties. The
FIRM shall also from time to time provide the Dallas County District Attorney with updates on
the status of any litigation contemplated herein and copy any such update to the manager of the
Dallas Commissioners' Court Administrative Office. Such updates shall be provided when the
FIRM believes an event has occurred which should be brought to the attention of the Dallas
County District Attorney or the Dallas County Commissioners' Court. Provided, the FIRM shall
provide a status report at time it may be requested to do so by either Dallas County District
Attorney or the Dallas County Commissioners' Court. It is expressly understood and agreed that
any such communications are subject to the attorney-client and attorney work-product privileges
and shall not be disclosed to any person without the express approval of the Dallas County
Commissioners' Court. Accordingly all memoranda and opinions submitted to the C01JNTY
will contain conspicuous notice that the writing is protected under those privileges.
9. No Guaranties of Outcome. Nothing in this Agreement, and no statement made to
COUNTY before or after this Agreement is signed, is intended as a promise or guaranty of
collection. Any comments by the FIRM regarding potential outcome are expressions of opinion
only.
10. Compliance with Applicable Law. The FIRM is expected to assist the C01JNTY
in complying with all applicable laws and regulation. The FIRM agrees to notify the COUNTY
if the FIRM believes the COUNTY has violated an applicable law in the course of a matter so
that COUNTY may have a chance to cure the defect.
1 I. Monitoring of Matters. All matters will be actively monitored by the COUNTY.
The FIRM agrees upon engagement to identify the legal issues and defenses raised by the case or
transaction as well as research that might be required. The FIRM agrees to update this
information periodically or when asked by COUNTY to do so.
12. Litigation Practices. No appeals of any case may be taken without the written
approval of the District Attorney. Except for formal discovery, no information or photocopies
should be released from the COUNTY files to any litigant or other third party without a
subpoena. Opportunities for settlement or for alternative dispute resolution should be identified
early in the litigation and given serious consideration. Settlement of all or any of the matters
related to the CONTRACT is subject to the written consent of a majority of a quorum of the
Commissioners' Court.
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Exhibit 1.0, Page 4 of 6
13. Defensive Litigation Matters. The FIRM agrees to notify the Dallas District
Attorney immediately of any claims, counterclaims, or litigation against the COUNTY in
connection with any case the FIRM is handling as counsel for the COUNTY. The FIRl\1 agrees
never to accept service on behalf ofthe COUNTY.
14. Waiver of Conflicts. Conflicts of interest may only be waived III writing by
approval of the Dallas County Commissioners' Court.
15. Media Inquiries. The FIRM agrees on behalf of itself and any other attorneys or
firms it may associate hereunder to refer all media inquiries to a person or persons designated by
the County, through the District Attorney's Office, and to otherwise respond to any media
inquiries by stating only that "we have no comment on pending litigation."
16. Venue. Venue for the enforcement of any disputes related to this CONTRACT shall
be in Dallas County, Texas.
17. Commissioners' Court. This CONTRACT is subject to approval by the Dallas
County Commissioners' Court.
18. Attorney's Fees. Attorney's fees are recoverable III an action to enforce this
CONTRACT.
19. If at any time the FIRM concludes that it cannot continue pursuit of the litigation
contemplated herein, the COUNTY expressly agrees that the FIRM and any firms it may have
associated may withdraw as counsel. In that event, no fee shall be due but expenses will be
reimbursed on the same terms as if the firms had continued, i.e., if the COUNTY pays 20% or
more as fees to successor counsel, the COUNTY shall owe no expenses to the FIRl\1 or
associated firms.
20. Notice to Clients. The State Bar of Texas investigates and prosecutes
professional misconduct committed by Texas attorneys. Although not every complaint
against or dispute with a lawyer involves professional misconduct, the State Bar's Office of
Chief Disciplinary Counsel will provide you with information about how to file a
complaint. Please call 1-800-932-1900 toll-free for more information.
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13. Defensive Litigation Matters. The FIRM agrees to notify the Dallas District
Attorney immediately of any claims, counterclaims, or litigation against the COUNTY in
connection with any case the FIRM is handling as counsel for the COUNTY. The FIRl\1 agrees
never to accept service on behalf ofthe COUNTY.
14. Waiver of Conflicts. Conflicts of interest may only be waived III writing by
approval of the Dallas County Commissioners' Court.
15. Media Inquiries. The FIRM agrees on behalf of itself and any other attorneys or
firms it may associate hereunder to refer all media inquiries to a person or persons designated by
the County, through the District Attorney's Office, and to otherwise respond to any media
inquiries by stating only that "we have no comment on pending litigation."
16. Venue. Venue for the enforcement of any disputes related to this CONTRACT shall
be in Dallas County, Texas.
17. Commissioners' Court. This CONTRACT is subject to approval by the Dallas
County Commissioners' Court.
18. Attorney's Fees. Attorney's fees are recoverable III an action to enforce this
CONTRACT.
19. If at any time the FIRM concludes that it cannot continue pursuit of the litigation
contemplated herein, the COUNTY expressly agrees that the FIRM and any firms it may have
associated may withdraw as counsel. In that event, no fee shall be due but expenses will be
reimbursed on the same terms as if the firms had continued, i.e., if the COUNTY pays 20% or
more as fees to successor counsel, the COUNTY shall owe no expenses to the FIRl\1 or
associated firms.
20. Notice to Clients. The State Bar of Texas investigates and prosecutes
professional misconduct committed by Texas attorneys. Although not every complaint
against or dispute with a lawyer involves professional misconduct, the State Bar's Office of
Chief Disciplinary Counsel will provide you with information about how to file a
complaint. Please call 1-800-932-1900 toll-free for more information.
4
Exhibit 1.0, Page 5 of 6
AGREED AND APPROVED:
For: Malouf & Nockels LLP
By.'
hief, Civil Division
Dallas County District Attorney's Office
Attorney for Dallas County
ewis Jenkins, ounty Judge
County, Tex s
Date
Date
September 20, 2011
Date
5
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-1 Filed 02/02/12 Page 6 of 6
AGREED AND APPROVED:
For: Malouf & Nockels LLP
By.'
hief, Civil Division
Dallas County District Attorney's Office
Attorney for Dallas County
ewis Jenkins, ounty Judge
County, Tex s
Date
Date
September 20, 2011
Date
5
Exhibit 1.0, Page 6 of 6

John Wiley Price
Investigation:
Commissioner Buys
the Same Land Twice
On the Same Day
By Jim Schutze
published: Wed., Jun. 29 2011 @ 5:48PM
Photo by Alex Scott
John Wiley Price at attorney Billy Ravkind's office Monday afternoon
The story of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price runs deep. The FBI's investigation of Price
will carry the feds back into local ancient history, according to the documents on my desk.
Before the feds are done they'll be looking at everybody from recently slain Dallas police Officer Norm
Smith to the late Jack Madera, who ran the commissary at the county jail, all the way back to Danny
Faulkner, the illiterate house-painter who rose to the top of the local business pyramid in the 1980s
before being sent to prison.
If nothing else, the documents tell a story that gives interesting flavor and context to the
commissioner's current imbroglio. And before I go farther, let me hasten to say that the role of Norm
Smith, a revered martyr, was innocent and for the good.
According to the county land records I'm looking at, Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price
bought nine acres of land on Grady Niblo Road near Mountain Creek Lake in far southwest Dallas
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-2 Filed 02/02/12 Page 1 of 3
Exhibit 2.0, Page 1 of 3
from a man named Wayne White on September 3, 2002.
But here's the curious thing. On that very same day he bought the very same land from his own
administrative assistant, Dapheny Fain.
Wait. How can you buy the same land from two different people on the same day? That's the question.
Earlier today I left messages by phone and by email with both Price and Fain and did not hear back
from them personally. I did speak with attorneys for both.
Price's criminal attorney, Bill Ravkind, told me he has "more than two" CPAs combing through all of
the commissioner's real estate transactions over the years. He said he is not able to address questions
about any specific transactions yet.
I spoke with Wayne White, who sold the land to Price, and I can understand why Ravkind might want
to take his time unraveling this and other deals the commissioner has been involved in.
White is an antiques dealer who once rented space from Danny Faulkner, a legendary figure in the
history of Dallas real estate and banking scams. Faulkner was released from prison in 1998 suffering
from what was supposed to have been inoperable brain cancer, now in remission. He had served three
years and 11 months of a 20-year federal sentence for stealing $100 million from five savings and
loans.
Not long after his release, Faulkner was back in business, renting space on Highway 80 east of town to
White.
"The way I met John Wiley Price," White told me, "I was renting a building from Danny, selling
antiques, and John Wiley pulled up one day. I was playing dominoes with Danny, and I said, 'Hey, I
don't want this scumbag coming in my shop.'
"Danny said, 'Oh, you're supposed to be a Christian, Wayne?' I said, 'I am, but this guy's nothing but
trouble, Danny.' He said, 'Oh, he's a pretty nice guy.'
"So John came in there. Danny's stupid. He said, 'Oh, you know what Wayne did when you pulled up?'
He [Price] said, 'Well, when you get to know me, I think you'll change your mind.'
"So he [Price] was real nice, coming out to my shop on Sundays, talking to me and playing dominoes
like that, but his whole motive was to get the land."
White says his understanding was that Faulkner was under court order to sell land as part of his
restitution requirement in the federal case. I have a document showing Faulkner sold the property in
question on Niblo Road to White in March 1999.
But now the cast of characters comes into play. White says Price wanted his land, but he wanted White
to sell the land to the late Jack Madera, who operated jailhouse food concessions all over Texas.
Former Dallas County Sheriff Jim Bowles bit the political dust in 2007 over gifts he had received from
Madera when Madera was running the Dallas County jail concession.
"He [Price] wanted me to sell that land to him [Price], and he wanted me to put it in a guy named Jack
Madera's name."
White says his friend, Officer Smith told him to steer clear: "A friend of mine, Norm Smith, who got
killed, a police friend, said, 'Man, don't sell anything to Jack Madera. He's in charge of the commissary
down at the jail.'
"I said [to Price], 'I ain't selling it to that guy. I don't know him, and if you're buying it, you're buying
it."
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-2 Filed 02/02/12 Page 2 of 3
Exhibit 2.0, Page 2 of 3
White says Price backed off for a while but then came back again and again, pressuring White to sell.
"I bought it from Faulkner, and I was trying to keep it. But Price wanted it for himself."
White says Price played White off against White's ex-wife, who co-owned the land with him. "He went
through a three-year, four-year harassment, trying to get us to sell it, either by telling my ex-wife, 'I'm
worried about Wayne, he might sell the property,' and telling me the same thing about her."
I asked White why he finally sold to Price.
"This guy's a scumbag with all kinds of pressure he can put on you," White said. "It will all come out
what kind of person he is. He's just a con man. The only thing I want to say for him, you can print it,
he's a Chicago politician in Texas."
I asked White if he had any idea why or how a recorded Dallas County deed had come into being
showing his property as being conveyed from Dapheny Fain, Price's county administrative assistant, to
Price, when White had sold the land directly to Price that same day.
"Same way those car titles did, I guess," he said, referring to a series of questionable car purchases by
Price that have been in the news. "I guess he has some way of doing it like he did those car titles.
"The only thing I can tell you is, I don't know how he did, how he was able to. He did it."
Ravkind, Price's attorney, told me today: "We are having forensic people that I am paying for go
through every one of his real estate transactions from start to finish to determine what they were, who
was involved, how much money was involved, was it properly handled or any other question you can
ask. I don't know the answer to that yet. I know what the explanations are. That's what we are doing as
we speak."
I also spoke with Tom Mills, attorney for Dapheny Fain, who said that he was engaged in research as
well and would not comment until that work was completed.
(One thing Ravkind's "forensic people" will likely be dealing with also is the more than $100,000 in
cash FBI agents removed from a safe in Price's home, according to this story on NBC DFW, Channel
5.)
Wayne White Land Transaction With JWP
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-2 Filed 02/02/12 Page 3 of 3
Exhibit 2.0, Page 3 of 3
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-3 Filed 02/02/12 Page 1 of 8
AO 10
Rev. 112008
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2007
I. Person Reporting (last name, first, middle initial) 2. Court or Organization
Furgeson, William R US DC/Texas Westem
4. Title (Article III judges indicate active or senior status; Sa. Report Type (check appropriate type)
magistrate judges indicate f u l l ~ or part-time)
D
Nomination, Date
active-Article III Judge
D
Initial
[Z]
Annual
5b.
D
Amended Report
0
Final
Report Required by the Ethics
in Government Act of I 978
(5 US.C app. .Ii 101-IIJ)
3, Date of Rcport
05/0112008
6, Reporting Period
0110112007
to
12/3112007
7. Chambers or Office Address 8. On the basis of the information contained in this Report and any
modifications pertaining thereto, it is, in my opinion, in compliance
655 E. Durango
with applicable laws and regulations.
Courtroom Four
San Antonio, TX 78206
Reviewing Officer Date
IMPORTANT NOTES: The instructions accompanying this form must befollowed. Complete all parts,
checking the NONE box for each part where you have no reportable information, Sign on last page.
I. POSITIONS. (Reporting individual only; see pp. 9-13 oj Jiling instructions.)
D NONE (No reportable positions.)
POSITION NAME OF ORGANIZATION/ENTITY
1. Member, Board of Directors Federal Judges Association
2. Member, Council Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas
3. Member, Committee Law Related Education, State Bar of Texas
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C)
1.
2.
3.
Exhibit 3.1, Page 1 of 8
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-3 Filed 02/02/12 Page 2 of 8
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 2 of 8
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R
III. NON-INVESTMENT IN COME. (Reporting individual and spouse; see pp. 17-24 of filing instructions.)
A. Filer's Non-Investment Income
[Z] NONE (No reportable non-investment income.)
SOURCE AND TYPE
1.
2.
3.
4.
B. Spouse's Non-InvestInent Incolne - If you were married during any portion of the reporting year, complete this section.
(Dollar amount not required excepr.tor honoraria.)
o NONE (No reportable non-investment income.)
SOURCE AND TYPE
1. 2007 OIl Asbestos Trust - Salary
2.2007 Law Offices of Stephen Malonf - Partnership Distribution
3.
4.
IV. REIMBURSEMENTS -- transportation, lodging,food, entertainment.
(includes those to spouse and dependent children; see pp. 25-27 of.filing instructions.)
o NONE (No reportable reimbursements.)
Date of Report
05/0112008
INCOME
(YOllfS, not spouse's)
SOURCE DATES LOCATION PURPOSE ITEMS PAID OR PROVIDED
1.
2.
4.
5.
State Bar of Texas
Litigation Section, State
Bar of Texas
Texas Bar CLE, State Bar
of Texas
Texas Bar CLE, State Bar
of Texas
State Bar of Texas
01/0512007 Austill, TX
02115-02116/<)7 Dallas, TX
03/0112007 Houston, TX
03/30-03/31/<)7 Dallas, TX
06/21-06/22/1)7 San Antonio, TX
Professional Assoc.
Meeting, Prof.
Assoc.
Professional Assoc
Professional Assoc
Profes,\onal Assoc.
Car rental, mileage
Airfare, car rental
Airfare
Airfare
Miscellaneous meals
Exhibit 3.1, Page 2 of 8
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-3 Filed 02/02/12 Page 3 of 8
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 3 of 8
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R
v. G IFr-rS. (Includes those to spouse and dependent children; see pp. 28-31 of filing illstructions.)
[2J NONE (No reportable gifts.)
SOURCE DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
VI. LIABILITIES. (Includes those ojspouse und dependent children; see 1'1'.32-33 ojjiling instructions.)
o NONE (No reportable liabilities.)
CREDITOR DESCRIPTION
1. USAA Credit card
2.
3.
4.
5.
Date of Report
05/01/2008
VALUE
VALUE CODE
Exhibit 3.1, Page 3 of 8
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-3 Filed 02/02/12 Page 4 of 8
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 4 of 8
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R
Date of Report
05/0112008
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSrrS -- income, value, transactions (lnc/udes those oJ spouse and dependent children; see 1'1'.34-60 oJliling instructions.)
NONE (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
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A.
Description of Assets
(including trust assets)
Place "(X)" after each asset
exempt from prior disclosure
Wells Fargo Bank Acct.-Judge
USAA Brokerage Svc. Accl. #2-wife
-Tax Exempt Intermed.-Telm Fund
-Tax Exempt Money Mkt. Fund
-Tax Exempt Shol1-Tenll Fund
-Value Fund
USAA Bank Acct.-Judge,
Trust Account #1-_
-USAA GNMA Trust (misidentified as
USAA Delayed Quote 2003)
-USAA Growth & Income Fund
-USAA Income Fund
-USAA Intermed.=Term Bond Fund
-USAA Mnoey Market Fund
-USAA S&P 500 Ind. Fund Mem.Sh.
-USAA Short-Term Bond Fund
-USAA High Yield Opportunities Flmd
Trust Account #2-_
..
: 1 Income Gain Codes
! (See Columns B1 and D4)
2. Value Codes
(See Columns Cl and D3)
A 0::$1,000 or less
F . $tOO,OOO
J :::$15,000 or less
N - $SOO.OOO
B.
Income during
reporting period
(I) 1 (2)
Amount I Type (e.g.,
Code I div., rent,
(A-H) 1.. or int.)
A Interest
A Dividend
A Interest
A Dividend
A Dividend
None
A Dividend
A Dividend
A Dividend
B Dividend
A Interest
A Dividend
A Dividend
A Dividend
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Gross value at end of .i


reporting period \

Code 2 Method I buy, seli,
(J-P) I Code 3 redemption)
I (Q-W) I
J T
Sold
J T
Sold
Sold
J T
J T
K T
J T
K T
J T
K T
L T
J T
B 52.S00 C 42.501 . $5.000
G . $I.OIJO.OOO
SSO.OOO
o SI.OOO.OOO
III S5.000.000
L t . $100.000
3 Yalue Method Codes
P3 $SO.OOO.OOO
Q :::Appraisal R ::::Cost (Real Estate Only)
V =Other
Pi 41.000.001 SS.OOO.OOO
P4 :::Molc than SSO,OOO,CX){)
S =Assessmcnt
U ""Book Value W =Estimatcd

Transactions reporting period I
(2)
Date
Month -
Day
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Code 2 Code I buyerlseller I
(J-P) I (A-H) (if
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03/31 J A
03131 J A
03131 J A
11S,000
H2 =More than $S,O(X)'()CX)
M . $250.000
P2 $2S.000.000
T :::Cash Market
E . $SO,OOO
Exhibit 3.1, Page 4 of 8
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-3 Filed 02/02/12 Page 5 of 8
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 5 of 8
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R
Date of Report
05/0112008
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS " iI/come, value, transactiolls (II/eludes those of spouse al/d depen<iel/t childrell; see 1'1'.34.60 of filillg illstruetiolls.)
o NONE (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
A.

Gross at end of I
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
Description of Assets
(including trust assets)
Place "(X)" after each asset
exempt from prior disclosure
USAA GNMA Trust (misidentified as
USAA Delayed Quote20(3)
USAA Growth & Income Fund
--USAA Income Fund
USAA Intermed.Tenn Bod Fund
USAA Money Market Fund
USAA S&P 500 Ind. Fnd. Mem.Sh.
USAA Short Term Bond Fund
Trust Account #3._
Am. Mutual Fund, Inc.
. Income Fund of America, Inc.
Wash.Mutual Inv. Fund, Inc.
Enterprise Prod. Ptrs.
Exxon Mobile
Trust #4._
AmeLMutual Fund, Inc.
Income Fund of America, Inc.
Wash.Mutual Inv. Fund, Inc.

A =$i,OOOor less
i (See Columns B I and D4)
1 1. Value Codes
r (See Columns C1 and D3)
F . $100,000
J =$1S,000 or less
N e$250.001 . $500,000
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A Dividend K T
A Dividend K T
A Dividend K T
A Dividend L T
A Interest J T
A Dividend K T
A Dividend M T
A Dividend J T
A Dividend K T
A Dividend J T
A Dividend J T
A Dividend J T
A Dividend J T
A Dividend K T
A Dividend J T
B . $2,500 C e$2,50 I . $5,000
G 4100.001 $1,000,000
K e$15,001 . $50.000
o . $1,000,000
HI e$l.ooo.OOI . $5,000,000
L e$50,00 I . $100.000

P3 $50,CXlO.tXX)
Q =Appraisal R (Real Estate Only)
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D.
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(2)
I
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Date I Value
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Month I Code 2 I Code 1
Day I (lP) . (AH)
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PI e$5,000,001 . $25,000,000
T ::::Cash Market

Identity of I
buyer/seller I
(if private i
transaction)
E e$15.tlOl $50.000
Exhibit 3.1, Page 5 of 8
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-3 Filed 02/02/12 Page 6 of 8
Name of Person Reporting Date of Report
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 6 of 8 Furgeson, William R 05/0112008
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS .. income, value, transactions (Includes those of spouse and dependellt childrell; see pp. 3460 of filing illstructions.)
o NONE (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
A.
c-------r------ D-----l
Gross value at end of \ TransactIOns dUring reporting period I
reportmg penod -t J
(I) - (2) -- I --(-1)-1(2)10)'-
Value Value I Type (e g. ! Date I';alue Gam Idenlltyof
Code 2 buy, sell, I Month Code 2 Code I buyer/seller
(lP) Code 3 redemptiOn) Day (lP) (AH) (If pnvate
(Q- W) transactiOn)
- - -------
Description of Assets
B.'
I Income during
I -I
I Amount Type (e.g.,
I ern", ",,' "ill,
(A-H) orint.)
_ . _____ ---"-..1_
(including tmst assets)
Place "(X)" after each asset
exempt from pnor disclosure
l ____ ,. __ _
35, Enterprise Prod. Ptrs. A Dividend J T
36. Exxon Mobile A Dividend J T
37. Wells Fargo Special
A Interest Closed
38. USAACD_
B Interest M T
39. USAA Performance First Index B Interest L T
Savings ......
40. USAA Performance First Index B Interest L T

41. USAA Performance First Index A Interest J T
Savings-_
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C '$5.000
-- -.--.---- E I
B=$1,001$1.500
2. Value Codes J or less
(See Columns CI and DJ) N =$250.001 ,$500.000
P3 =S25.CXXl,001 $50,000.000
3. Value Method Codes Q =Appraisal
L __ (See ____ . ___ __ .
G =$100.001, $1.000.000
K ,$50.000
0=$500,001 ' $1,000.000
R :::Cost (Real Estate Only)
V =Othcr
III =$1,0011.00 I ' $5.00lJ,0IJ0
L 450,lJOI ' $100.000
h' =$1,000,001 55,000.000
P4 ::::More than $50,000,000
S ::::Assessment
W
H2 ::::More than $5,000,000 j
M =$IOO.OIli ' $250.000
I
I
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1'2 =$5.000.001 ' $25.CXXl,OOO
T ::.:L'ash Market
Exhibit 3.1, Page 6 of 8
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-3 Filed 02/02/12 Page 7 of 8
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 7 of 8
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R
VIII. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR EXPLANATIONS. (In<iicatepartojReport.)
A. This amends spouse's non-investment income under Section III.B. for the years 2003,2004,2005,2006, and 2007:
2003: Law Offices of Stephen Malouf-salary and partnership distribution;
2004: Law Offices of Stephen Malouf-salary and partnership distribution;
2005: Law Offices of Stephen Malouf-partnership distribution; DII Asbestos Trust-salary
2006: Law Offices of Stephen Malouf-partnership distribution; DII Asbestos Trust-salary
B. Under Section VII, items listed on lines 3-6 and 8-41 are separate property that reporting person is handling but has no financial interest.
Date of Report
05/0112008
Exhibit 3.1, Page 7 of 8
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-3 Filed 02/02/12 Page 8 of 8
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 8 of 8
Name of Person Reporting Date of Report
Furgeson, William R 05/0112008
IX. CERTIFICATION.
I certify that all information given above (including information pertaining to my spouse and minor or dependent children, if any) is
accurate, true, and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that any information not reported was withheld because it met applicable statutory
provisions permitting non-disclosure.
I further certify that earned income from outside employment and honoraria and the acceptance of gifts which have been reported are in
compliance with the provisions of 5 U.S.C. app. 501 et. seq., 5 U.S.C. 7353, and Judicial Conference regulations.
NOTE: ANY INDIVIDUAL WHO KNOWINGLY AND WILFULLY FALSIFIES OR FAILS TO FILE THIS REPORT MAY BE SUBJECT TO CIVIL
AND CRIMINAL SANCTIONS (5 U.S.C. app. 104)
FILING INSTRUCTIONS
Mail signed original and 3 additional copies to:
Committee on Financial Disclosure
Administrative Office of the United States Courts
Suite 2-301
One Columbus Circle, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20544
Exhibit 3.1, Page 8 of 8
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-4 Filed 02/02/12 Page 1 of 9
AOIO
Rev. 112008
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
EOR CALENDAR YEAR 2008
\. Person Reporting (last name, first, middle initial) 2. Court or Organization
Furgeson, William R. USDCfTexas WesternfTexas Northern
4. Title (Article 1II judges indicate active or senior status; Sa. Report Type (check appropriate type)
magistrate judges indicate full- or part-time)
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NorrunatJon, Vate
active-Article III Judge
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Initial
[Z]
Annual
Sb.
D
Amended Report
D
Final
Report Required by the Ethics
in Government Act of 1978
(5 u.s.c. app. 101-111)
3. Date of Report
06/08/2009
6. Reporting Period
01/01/2000
to
12/3112008
7. Chambers or Office Address
8. On the basis ofthe information contained in this Report and any
modifications pertaining thereto, it is, in my opinion, in compliance
U.S. Courthouse
with applicable laws and regulations.
I
1100 Commerce Street
Di,!!;;;;, TX ? 51Q.l
I Reviewing Officer ________________ Date, _____ _
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IMPORT ANT NOTES: The mWucli(ms acct>mpaltylltg thb I,m .. 1ft1#l be ji>Ht>_d. Ct>1ftplete all pam,
checking the NONE box for each part where you have no reporlllbk infontlRiion. Sign on last page.
I. POSITIONS. (Reporting individual only; see pp. 9-13 o/filing instructions.)
D NONE (No reportable positions.)
POSITION NAME OF ORGANIZATIONIENTlTY
I. President-Elect Federal Judges Association
2. Member, Council Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas
3. Member, Committee Law Focused Education, State Bar of Texas
II. AGREEMENTS. (Reporting individual only; see pp. 14-160/filing instructions.)
[Z] NONE (No reportable agreements.)
PARTIES AND TERMS
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Exhibit 3.2, Page 1 of 9
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-4 Filed 02/02/12 Page 2 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
- Page 2 of9
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
III. NO N-INVESTMENT IN CO ME. (Reporting individual and spouse; see pp. 17-24 offiling instructions.)
A. Filer's Non-Investment Income
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I.
2.
3.
4.
SOURCE AND TYPE
Date of Report
06/08/2009
INCOME
(yours, not spouse's)
B. Spouse's Non-Investment Income - If you were married during any portion of the reporting year, complek this section.
(Dol/ar amount not required except Jar honoraria.)
D NONE (No reportable non-investment income.)
SOURCE AND TYPE
I. 2008 DII Asbestos Trust - Salary
2.2008 Law Offices of Stephen Malouf - Partnership Distribution
3.
4.
IV. REIMBURSEMENTS - transportation, lodging, food, entertainment
(Includes those to spouse and dependent children; see pp. 25-270ffiling instructions.)
D NONE (No reportable reimbursements.)
SOURCE DATES LOCATION
I. State Bar of Texas 0111 7/08 - 01118/08 Lost Pines, Texas
2. American College of Trial L 01123/08 - 01/28/08 Dallas, Texas
awyers
3. Southern Methodist University 02/22/08 Dallas, Texas
Dedman School of Law
4. University of Texas Law Sch 0411 0108 - 04/11108 Austin, Texas
001
5. Corpus Christi Bar Association 0411 8/08 - 0411 9/08 Corpus Christi, Texas
6. State Bar of Texas 05101108 - 05/02108 Dallas, Texas
PURPOSE
Seminar
Seminar
Seminar
Law Clerk Meeting
Speech
Speech
ITEMS PAID OR PROVIDED
Lodging, tTansportation, meals
Lodging, tTansportaion, meals
Lodging, tTansportation, meals
Lodging, transportation, meals
Transportation, meals
Lodging, tTansportation, meals
Exhibit 3.2, Page 2 of 9
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-4 Filed 02/02/12 Page 3 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 3 of9
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
7. Dallas Bar Association 05/19/08 - 05120108 Dallas, Texas Speech
8. State Bar of Texas 05123/08 - Dallas, Texas Speech
9. Litigation Section, State Bar of 06/25/08 - 06/30108 Houston, Texas State Bar Meeting
Texas
I OState Bar of Texas 07/17/08 Dallas, Texas Speech
! ! Texas Bar CLE, Slale Bar of 08/07/08 San Antonio, Texas Speech
Texas
12SIate tsar 01 I exas ulS/21/01S - Houston, lex as Speech
13 Litigation Section, State Bar of 091 I - 09fJ 2/08 Port Worth, Texas Meeting
Texas
14Stale Bar of Texas, Judicial S 09/15108 Dallas, Texas Speech
eclion
15State Bar of Texas 10/17/08 Lubbock, Texas Speech
16American Conference Institute 10/29/08 - 10/30108 Chicago, Illinois Panel
Dale of Report
06/08/2009
Lodging, transportation, meals
Lodging, transportation, meals
Lodging, transportation, meals
Lodging, transportation, meals
Transportation. meals
Lodging, intn.spuctut.iuu, [(lcah
Lodging, transportation, meals
Lodging, transportation, meals
Lodging, transportation, meals
Lodging, transportation, meals
Exhibit 3.2, Page 3 of 9
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-4 Filed 02/02/12 Page 4 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 4 of9
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
V. GIFTS. (Includes those 10 spouse and dependent children: See pp. 18-31 o/filing instructions.)
[Z] NONE (No reportable gifts.)
SOURCE DESCRIPTION
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06/08/2009
VALUE
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VI. LIABILITIES. (Includes those of spouse and dependent children; see pp, 31-330/ filing instructions.)
o NONE (No reportable liabilities.)
CREDITOR
I. USAA
2. William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan
Program - US Dept of Education
Credit Card
Student loans
DESCRIPTION VALUE CODE
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Exhibit 3.2, Page 4 of 9
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-4 Filed 02/02/12 Page 5 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 5 of9
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson;William R.
Date of Report
06/08/2009
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS - income, value, transactions (Includes those of spouse and dependent children; see pp. 34-60 offiling instructions.)
o NONE (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
A. B. c. D.
(including trust assets) reporting period reponing period
(I) (2) (I) (2) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5)
PIa ce "(X)" after each asset Amount Type (e.g., Value Value Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity of
exe mpt from prior disclosure
Code I
div., rent, Code 2 Method buy, sell, Month- Code 2 Code I buyer/seller
(A-H)
or int.) (l-P) Code 3 redemption) Day (l-P) (A-H) (if private
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A Interest J T
4. USAA Bank Acct - Judge,
None J T
5. Trust Account # I -_
6. -USAA GNMA Trust
A Dividend J T
7. -USAA Growth & Income Fund
A Dividend K T
8. -USAA Income Fund
A Dividend J T
9. -USAA Intermed-Term Bond Fund B Dividend K T
10. -USAA Money Market Fund A Interest J T
II. -USAA S&P 500 Index Fund Mem Sh A Dividend K T
12. -USAA Short-Term Bond Fund A Dividend L T
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\3. -USAA High Yield Opportunities Fund
A Dividend J T
14. Trust Account #2 ~
15. -USAA GNMA Trusl A Dividend K T
16. -USAA Growth & Income Fund A Dividend K T
17. -USAA Income Fund
A Dividend K T
I. Income Gain Codes: A =$1,000 or less B =$1,001 - $2,500 C 42,501 - S5,OOO D =$5,001 - SI5,OOO E =$15,00 I - S50,000
(See Columns BI and 04) F =$50,001 - Sloo,OOO G =5100,001 - SI,OOO,OOO HI =SI,OOO,OOI - S5,OOO.OOO H2 =More!ban 5S,OOO,OOO
2. Value Codes J =SIS,OOO orless K =$IS,OOI - S50,OOO L =$50,001 - $100,000 M =$100,00 I - $250,000
(See Columns C I and 03) N =$250,001 - $SOO,OOO 0=$500,001 - $1,000,000 PI =$1,000,001 - $S,OOO,OOO n =$5,000,001 - S25,OOO,OOO
P3 =$25,000,001 - S50,OOO,OOO P4 =More !ban $50,000,000
3. Value Method Codes Q =Appraisal R =Cost (Real Estate Ooly) S =Assessment T =Cash Market
(See Colwnn C2) U =Book Value V=Otber W =Estimated
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Exhibit 3.2, Page 5 of 9
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-4 Filed 02/02/12 Page 6 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 6 of9
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
Date of Report
06/08/2009
VII. INVESTMENTS an d TRUSTS - income, value, transactions (Includes those of spouse and dependent children; see pp. 34-60 of filing instructions.)
D
NONE (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
A. B. C. D.
I
(including trust assets)
I
reporting period
I
reporting period
I
(I) (2) (I) (2)
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(2) (3) (4) (5)
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exempt from prior disclosure
Code I
div.; rent, Code 2 Method buy, sell, Month- Code 2 Code I buyer/seller
(A-H)
orint.) (loP) Code 3
. redemption) Day (loP) (A-H) (ifprivate
(Q-W) transaction)
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A . Dividend L T
19. -USAA Money Market Fund
A Interest J T
20. -USAA S&P Index Fund Mem Sh
A Dividend K T
21. -USAA Short-Term Bond Fund
A Dividend M T
22: Trust Account #3 -_
23. -American Mutual Fund Inc
A Dividend J T
24. -Income Fund of America
A Dividend K T
25. -Washington Mutual Inv Fund Inc A Dividend J T
26. Enterprise Prod Ptrs A Dividend J T
27. Exxon Mobil
A Dividend J T
28. Trust#4-_
29. -American Mutual Fund Inc
A Dividend J T
30. -Income Fund of America Inc
A Dividend K T
31. -Washington Mutual Inv Fund Inc A Dividend J T
32. Enterprise Prod PITs
A Dividend J T
33. Exxon Mobil
A Dividend J T
34. USAACD-_ B Interest M T
I. Income Gain Codes: A or less B =$1,001 - $2.500 C =$2,50 I - $5.000 D SI5,OOO E =$ 15,00 I - S50,OOO
(See Columns BI and 04) F - SIOO,OOO G =SIOO,OOI - SI,OOO,OOO HI =$1,000,001-$5,000,000 H2 than S5,OOO,OOO
2. Value Codes J =$15,000 orless K =$15,001 - $50,000 L =$50,00 I - $ I 00,000 M =$100,001 - $250,000
(See Columns CI and 03) N =$250,00 I - $500,000 0=$500,001 - $1,000,000 PI =$1,000,001 - $5,000,000 P2 =$5,000,001 - $25,000,000
P3 =$25,000,001 - $50,000,000 P4 than $50,000,000
3. Value Method Codes Q =Appraisal R =Cost (Real Estate Only) S =Assessment T =Cash Market
(See Column C2) U Value V =Other W
.
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Exhibit 3.2, Page 6 of 9
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-4 Filed 02/02/12 Page 7 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 70f9
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
Date of Report
06/0812009
VII.' INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS - income, value, transactions (Includes those o/spouse and dependent children; see pp. 34-60offiling instructions.)
o
NONE (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
A. B. C. D.
Cross value at end of
I
I .
(me udmg trust assets)
I
reportmg period reporting penoo
I
I
(I) (2) (I) (2) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Place "(X)" after each asset Amount Type (e.g., Value Value Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity of
exempt from prior disclosure
Code I
divo) rent, Code 2 Method buy, sell, Month- Code 2 Code I buyer/seller
(A-H)
or inl.) (l-P) Code 3 redemption) Day (J-P) (A-H) (if private
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36. USA A Perfonnance First Index Savings - B Interest L T
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37. USAA Performance First Index Savings - A Interest J T
L Income Gain Codes: A =$1,000 or less B =$1,001 - S2,500 C =$2,501 - S5,000 D 45,001 SI5,OOO E =$15,001 $50,000
(See Columns BI and 04) F =$50,001 - $100,000 G=SIOO,OOI-SI,OOO,OOO HI =$1,000,001 - $5,000,000 H2 =More than $5,000,000
2. Value Codes J =$15,000 orless K =$15,001 - $50,000 L 450,00 I - $ I 00,000 M =$100,001 - $250,000
(See Columns CI and D3) N 4250,00 I - $500,000 0=$500,001 - $1,000,000 PI =$1,000,001 - $5,000,000 n =$5,000,001 - $25,000,000
P3 =$25,000,001 - $50,000,000 P4 =More than $50,000,000
3. Value Method Codes Q =Appraisal R =Cost (Real Estate Only) S =Assessment T=Cash MaIket
(See Column 0) U =Book Value V =Other W =Estimated
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Exhibit 3.2, Page 7 of 9
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-4 Filed 02/02/12 Page 8 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 8 of9
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
VIII. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR EXPLANATIONS. (IndicatepartojReport.)
Under Section VII, items listed on lines 2-37 are separate property that reporting person is handling but has no financial interest.
Date of Report
06/08/2009
Exhibit 3.2, Page 8 of 9
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-4 Filed 02/02/12 Page 9 of 9
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FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 9 of9
Name of Person Reporting Date of Report
Furgeson, William R. 06/08/2009
IX. CERTIFICATION.
I certify that all information given above (including information pertaining to my spouse and minor or dependent children, if any) is
accurate, true, and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that any information not reported was withheld because it met applicable statutory
p!"-cwsion po!"mitting nO!! disclosur.e.
I further certify that earned income from outside employment and honoraria and the acceptance of gifts whicb bave been reported are in
compliance with tbe provisions of 5 U.S.C. app. 501 et. seq., 5 U.S.C. 7353, and judicial Conference regulations.
Signature
NOTE: ANY INDIVIDUAL WHO KNOWINGLY AND WILFULLY FALSIFIES OR FAILS TO FILE THIS REPORT MAY BE SUBJECT TO CIVIL
AND CRIMINAL SANCTIONS (5 U.S.C. app. 104)
FILING INSTRUCTIONS
Mail signed original and 3 additional copies to:
Committee on Financial Disclosure
Administrative Office of the United States Courts
Suite 2-301
One Columbus Circle, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20544
Exhibit 3.2, Page 9 of 9
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FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Rwo,rin G ov e rnm e nt Re q u ire d A c t b Y t h e of 1 9 7 8 E t k ic s
Re v . 1 ,201 0
FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2009
(5 u .s .c . ~pp. 1 01 -1 1 0
1 . P e r s o n R e p o r t i n g (last name, first, middle initial) 2 . C o u r t o r O r g a n i z a t i o n
3 . D a t e o f R e p o r t
Furgeson, William R.
USDC,rlexas Western/Texas Northern
07/6/2010
4. Title (Ankle Ill judges indicate active or senior status; 5a. Report Type (check appropriate type)
6. R e p o r t i n g P e r i o d
magistrate judges indicate full- or part-time)
[] Nomination. Date 01/01/2009
Senior Status-Article III Judge
[] Initial [] Annual [] Final
t o
12/31/2009
5b. [] Amended Report
7 . C h a m b e r s o r O f f i c e A d d r e s s
8 . O n t h e b a s i s o f t h e i n f o r m a t i o n c o n t a i n e d i n t h i s R e p o r t a n d a n y
m o d i f i c a t i o n s p e r t a i n i n g t h e r e t o , i t i s , i n m y o p i n i o n , i n c o m p l i a n c e
U. S. C o u r t h o t l s e
~ v i t h a p p l i c a b l e l a w s a n d r e g u l a t i o n s ,
1100Commerce Street
Dallas, TX 75201
R e v i e w i n g O f f i c e r D a t e
I M P O RT A N T N O T E S : T h e ins t ru c t ions ac c om panying t h is f orm m u s t b e f ollowe c L Com ple t e all part s ,
c h e c k ing t h e N O N E b ox f or e ac h part wh e re you h av e no re port ab le inf orm at ion, S ign on las t page .
I. POSITIONS. ~R,po.ing ind i.iZ.af o.ly;
[---] NONE (N o re port ab le pos it ions .)
POSITION NAME OF O RG A N I ZA T I O N /E N T I T Y
1. President-Elect
Federal Judges Association
2. Member, Council
Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas
3. Member, Commitlee
Law Focused Education, State Bar of Texas
II. AG REEMENTS. (Re port ing ind iv id u al only; s e e pp. 1 4-1 6 of f iling ins t ru c t ions .)
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~ NONE (N o re port ab le agre e m e nt s .) ~-,:
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Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-5 Filed 02/02/12 Page 1 of 9
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Rev. 112010
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2009
J. Person Reporting (last name, first, middle initial) 2. Court or Organization
Furgeson, William R. USDCffexas Western!fexas Northern
4. Tille (Anicle 1II judges indicate aClive or senior starus;
magistrate judges indicate full or pan.lime)
Sa. Report Type (check appropriate type)
0
Nomination? Dale
Senior Status-Article III Judge
0
Initial
[{]
AMual
5b.
0
Amended Report
0
Final
Reporr Required by rhe Ernics
in Governmenr Acr of 1978
(5 u.s.c. app. 101-11 J)
3. Date or Report
07/6/2010
6. Reporting Period
0110112009
to
12/3112009
7. Chambers or omce Address
S. On the basi. oC the inCormation contained in this Report and any
modifications pertaining thereto, it is, in my opinion, in compliance
U.S. Courthouse
with applicable laws and regulations.
1100 Commerce Street
Dallas, TX 75201
Re\'iewing Officer Date
Il'IfPORTANT NOTES: The instructions accompanying this form must befollowed. Complete all parts,
checking the NONE box for each part where you have no reportable information. Sign on last page.
I. POSITIONS. (Reporting i"di.idual only; set pp. 9-13 olfiling instructions.)
o NONE (No reportable positions.)
POSITION NAME OF ORGANIZATIONIENTITY
I. President-Elect Federal Judges Association
2. Member, Council Litigation Section oftbe State Bar of Texas
3. Member, Committee Law Focused Education, State Bar of Texas
4.
5.
II. AGREEMENTS. (R,porti"K individual o"ly; sa pp. 14-16 o/filing instructions.)
[ZJ NONE (No reportable agreements.)
PARTIES AND TERMS
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FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
~ .... tPersoa Reporling Date of Repor|
Page 2 of 9 F u r ~ es o. , W i l l i am R . 0 7 / 6 / 20 1 0
l I l . N O N - I N V E S T M E N T I N C O M E . (Re~,o.i~gi~di~idu.l.~d~po.~e;~erp.
A. Fliers Non-Investment Income
NONE (790 reportable non-investment income.)
DATE SOURCE AND TYPE INCOME
(yours, not spouses)
I.
2.
3.
4.
B . Spouses Non-Investment Income - If you were married during any portion of the reportlng year, complete this section.
(Dollar amount not required e.tcept for honoraria.)
D NONE (No reportable non-investment income.)
DATE SOURCE AND TYPE
1. 2009
DII Asbestos Trust - Salary
2.2009 Law Offices of Stephen Malouf- Partnership Distribution
3.
4.
I V . R E I M B U R S E M E N T S - , , . ~ , p o, t . t i o, ~ ~od~i.~."ood, o~,c.,.~ .... ~
(Includes those to ~19ouse ot~d dependent children; see pp. 25-27 of fihng Instructions.)
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NONE (No reportable reimbursements.)
SOURCE ~ 3ATES. LOCATION
PURPOSE
ITEMS PAID OR PROVIDED
1. State B ar of Texas 01/14/09 - 01/14109 San Antonio, Texas Seminar
Transportation, meals
2. Texas Tech School of Law 02/04/2009 - Lubbock, Texas Speech
Lodging, transportaion, meals
02/05/2009
3.
Corpus Christi B ar
03/05/2009 -
Corpus Christi, Texas Speech Transportation, meals
Association 03/05/2009
4. American B oard of Tral 04/01/2009 - San Francisco, California Speech
Lodging, transportation, meals
Advocates
094/03/2009
5. American Confcrence
04/29/2009 - San Francisco, California
Speech Lodging, transportation, meals
Institute
04130/2009
6. Houston B ar Association
06!30/2009 - Houston, Texas Speech
Transportation, meals
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-5 Filed 02/02/12 Page 2 of 9
Name or Person Reporting
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 20[9 Furgeson, William R.
Ill. NO N-INVESTMENT IN CO lHE. (R'porting individual and spouse; su pp. 17-24 a/filing instructions.)
A. Filer's Non-Investment Income
[{] NONE (No reportable non-investment income.)
SOURCE AND TYPE
I.
2.
3.
4.
B. Spouse's Non-Investment Income - If you ",ere marrid during "ny portioTl of the repurting y,ar, complete thi ... ctio ...
(Dol/or omoun/ not required etCepljor honoraria.)
o NONE (No reporfable non-investment income.)
SOURCE AND TYPE
1.2009 011 Asbestos Trust - Salary
2.2009 Law Offices of Stephen Malouf - Partnership Distribution
3.
4.
IV. REThf.B URSEMENTS -tramportation, lodging,food, entertainment
(Includes those to pouse (Jlld dependent children; see pp. 2527 affilmg Imtruc/ions.)
0
NONE (No reportable reimbursements.)
SOURCE DATES LOCAT1ON PURPOSE
I. State Bar of Texas 01/14/09 - 01114109 San Antonio, Texas Seminar
2. Texas Tech School of Law 0210412009 - Lubbock, Texas Speech
02/0512009
3. Corpus Christi Oar 0310512009 - Corpus Christi, Texas Speech
Association 03/0512009
4. American Board of Trial 04/01/2009 San Francisco, California Speech
Advocates 094103/2009
5. American Con fcrencc 04/29/2009 - San Francisco, California Speech
Institute 04/3012009
6. Houston Bar Association 06/30/2009 - Houston, Texas Speech
D.te 01 Report
07/6/2010
rNCOME
(yours. not spouse's)
ITEMS PAID OR PROVIDED
Transportation, meals
Lodging, transportaion, meals
Transportation, meals
Lodging, transportation, meals
Lodging, transportation, meals
Transportation, meals
Exhibit 3.3, Page 2 of 9
Name of Person Reporting
Date of Report
PageFINANCIAL3 of 9 DISCLOSURE REPORT
Fu rgeson, W il l iam R.
0 7 / 6 / 2 0 1 0
0 6 1 0 3/ 2 0 0 9
7 . State Bar of Texas 0 91 0 3/ 2 0 0 9 - Hou ston, Texas
Speech
Transportation, m eal s
0 9/ 0 31 2 0 0 9
8. Federal Ju dges Association 0 91 1 6 / 2 0 0 9 - W ashington, D. C. Meeting Lodging, transportation, m eal s
0 91 1 7 / 2 0 0 9
9.
State Bar of Texas 1 1 / 0 4/ 2 0 0 9 -
Au stin, Texas Speech
Transportation, m eal s
1 1 1 0 4/ 2 0 0 9
1 0 . Am erican Board of Tfial 1 1 / 0 6 / 2 0 0 9 - E1 Paso, Texas
Speech Lodging, transportation, m eal s
Advocates I 1 / 0 7 / 2 0 0 9
1 I. State Bar of Texas I 1 1 1 2 / 2 . 0 0 9 - Au stin, Texas Speech Lodging, transportation, m eal s
1 1 / I 3/ 2 0 0 9
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-5 Filed 02/02/12 Page 3 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 3 of9
06/03/2009
Name of Prrsoo Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
7. State Dar of Texas 09/03/2009 - Houston, Texas Speech
09/03/2009
8. Federal Judges Association 0911 6/2009 - Washington, D.C. Meeting
0911 712009
9. State Bar of Texas 11/0412009 - Austin, Texas Speech
11/04/2009
10. American Board of Trial 11/06/2009 - EI Paso, Texas Speech
Advocates 11107/2009
11. State Bar of Texas 1111 2/2009 - Austin, Texas Speech
11113/2009
Dale of Report
07/6/2010
Transportation, meals
Lodging, transportation, meals
Transportation, meals
Lodging, transportation, meals
Lodging, transportation, meals
Exhibit 3.3, Page 3 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
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07/6120
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SOURCE
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VI. LIAB ILITIES. a , a ~ e , : h o ~ o f s ~ o ~ e a , ~ de pe nde nt ch ildre n, - s e e pp. 3 2 -3 3 of filing instructlon~.)
[---]
NONE (No reportable liabilities.)
CREDITQR.
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Credit Card K
2. William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan
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5. Citi B ank
Credit Card K
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-5 Filed 02/02/12 Page 4 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 40f9
Name of PHson Reponing
Furgeson. William R.
V. GIFTS. (lnrludes those to spouu gnd depend"'t children; sre pp. 2831 a/filing inst,uctions.)
[Z] NONE (No reportable gifts.)
SOURCE DESCRIPTION
I.
2.
3.
4.
5.
VI. LIABILITIES. (Includes those a/spouse and dependent children; see pp. 32)J a/filing instructions.)
D NONE (No reportable liabilities.)
CREDITOR DESCRIPTION
I. USAA Credit Card
2. William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Student loans
Program US Dept of Education
3. Sally Mae Student Loans
4. Citi Bank Credit Card
5. Citi Bank Credit Card
[JIlt or Report
07/6/2010
VALUE
VALUE CODE
K
L
L
K
K
Exhibit 3.3, Page 4 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT I ~ a m e r Pe ~ a e P ~ i " g
Page 5 of 9
I Furgeson, William R.
0 7 / 6 / 2 0 1 0
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS -i ........
~ t ~ ,, transactions (gncluded those of spouse and dtpendenl children; setpp. 34-60 of Jiling instruclians.)
[~ . NONE (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
A. B.
]
C. D.
Descript ion of Asset s
Income during
[
Grosx value at end
Transact ions during report ing period
(including t rust asset s) report ing period
of report ing period
1~) (2)
]

( D ( ~ ) O)
( 2 ) ( 3 )
Plac~ "(X)" aft er e~ ch asset [ Amount Typ~ (~ .g., Value
Valu~ Type (e.g.,
Dat e! Valu~
Gain Ident it y of
exempt from prior disclosure Code I
div., rent ,
Code 2
Met hod buy, sell, mm/ dd/ y), Code 2 Code 1 buyer/ seller
[
(A-H)
or int .)
(J-P) Code 3 redempt ion) (J-P) (A-H) (if privat e
(Q-W) I
t ransact ion)
I. Wells Fzrgo Bank Acct -Judge
A Int erest J T
2 . USAA Brokerage Svc Acct #2 - Wife
3. - Tax Exempt Money Mkt Fund
A
Int erest J T
4.
USAABankAcct L o. i: ] None J T
5,
Bank of Texas -~
A J T
6.
Tr u s t Ac c o u n t
7 . -USAA GNMA Trust
A Dividend J T
8.
-USAA Growt h & Income Fund
A Dividend K
T
9. -USAA In c o m e Fu n d
A Di vi de n d J
T
1 0 . -USAA In t e r m e d-Tc r m Bo n d Fu n d
B Di vi de n d K
T
1 1 . -USAA Money Market Fund
A Int erest J T
1 2 . -USAA S&P 50 0 In de x Fu n d Me r e Sh
A Di vi de n d K T
1 3 . -USAA Sho r t -Te r m Bo n d Fu n d
A Di vi de n d
L T
1 4. -USAA High Yield Opport unit ies Fund
A
Dividend J
T
1 5. Trust Account #2 -
1 6 . -USA.A GNMA Trust
A Dividend K T
1 7 . -USAA Growt h & Income Fund
A Dividend K T
t . Income Gal, Codes: A-S1 .0 0 0 or less B =$1 ,0 0 1 - $2 ,50 0 C =$2 ,50 1 - ~ 5,0 0 0 D =~ 5,0 0 1 - $1 5,0 0 0 E =$1 5,0 0 1 - |50 .0 <1 0
~
(See Columnl BI end D4)
F =1 50 ,0 0 1 - $1 0 0 ,0 0 0
O =$1 0 ~ ,0 0 1 - $1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 HI "$1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 1 - $5,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
H2 =More t han $S,0 O0 ,0 0 0
2 . Value Codes
.I -$1 5,0 0 0 o less K ~ $1 5,0 0 1 - $50 ,0 0 0 L =$50 ,0 0 1 - $1 0 0 ,0 0 0 b-t =$1 0 0 .0 0 | - 1 2 50 .0 0 0
(See Colmrms CI and D3)
N =$2 50 ,0 0 1 - $50 0 ,0 0 0
O =$50 0 ,0 0 1 $1 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 PI =$1 ,0 OO,0 0 l - $5,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 P2 =$5.0 0 0 ,0 0 1 -$2 5,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
P3 -$2 1 0 0 0 ,0 0 1 - I50 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
P4 =More t han $50 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0
1 . Value Met hod Codes
Q -Apl~ zisal
g "Co~ (Real Est at e OMy)
S =Assessment
T -Cash Market .
(See Colurrt n C2 )
U =Book Value
V =Ot her
W =Est imnt ed
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-5 Filed 02/02/12 Page 5 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 50[9
Name of Person Reponing
Furgeson, William R.
Dale of Report
07/612010
VII. INVE STMENTS and TR US TS - income, ,'"Iut, IransQuions (Includes Ihose a[spouse ond "'pendenl child"n; see pp. 34-60 o[ filing inslrucl;'''S.)
D NONE (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
I
I
..
A. B. C. D.
Description of Assets Income during
! Gross vaJue at end Transactions during reporting period
(including trust assets) reporting period
I
of reporting period
I (1)
(2) (I) (2) (I) (2) (3) i (4) (5)
Place "(X)" after each asset ,Amount Type (e.g., Value Value Type(e.g., Dale
Value I Gain
Identity of
eltempt from prior disclosure
I Code I
div., rent, Code 2 Method buy, sell, mmlddlyy Code 2 Code I buyer/seller
(A-H)
or in!.) (lP) Code 3 redemption) (J-P) ! (AH) (if private
(Q.W)
I
transaclivn)
I
i I I i
I. Wells Fargo Bank Acct-ludge A Interest 1 T
2. USAA Brokerage Svc Acet #2 - Wife
3, - Tax Exempt Money Mkt Fund A Inlerest J T
4. USAA Bank Ace! -
I None J T
I
,.
"
, ,-"
5, Bank of Texas A J T
6. Trust Account #1 -,---r
7. -USAA GNMA Trust A Dividend J T
8. -USAA Growth & Income Fund A Dividend K T
9. -USAA Income Fund
A Dividend J T
10. -USAA Intermed-Term Bond Fund B Dividend K T
II. -USAA Money Market Fund A Interest 1 T
12. -USAA S&P 500 Index Fund Mem Sh A Dividend K T
13. -USAA Short-Term Bond Fund A Dividend L T
14. -USAA High Yield Opportunities Fund A Dividend J T
15. Trust Account #2 -
16. -USAA GNMA Trust A Dividend K T
17. -USAA Growth & Income Fund A Dividend K T
J . Income Gain Codes: A uS 1,000 or less B .$2,500 C =l2,501 - 15,000 D =15,00 I $ I 5,000 E =S I 1,001 - 150.000
(See Columns BI and D4) F 'S50,ool - $100,000 G -Sloo,ool $1,000,000 Ht - SI,ooo,Ooo H2 =More than Sl,ooo,ooo
2, Value Codes 1-$15,000 or less K =SI5,OOI . SIO,OOO L -S50,OOI SIOO,Ooo M -Sloo,ool - nlo.ooo
(See Columns C I and D3) N -S250,ool - S5oo,OOO 0-$500,001 SI,OOO,OOO PI -SI,ooO,ool- SI,ooo,Ooo P2 -SI.000,001-S21.000,OOO
r3 -$25,000,001 - S50,ooo.000
P4 =M"", than $50,000,000
3. Value Melhod Codes
Q-ArP'li .. 1
R -Cost (Re.1 Estate Only) S =Assessment T -Cash Mariet
(ScC' Colwnn 0) U -Book Value
V -other W
Exhibit 3.3, Page 5 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
~ a n , e o f V e r s o ~ Re ~ o . i n g
~ a t e n~
Pa g e 6 o f 9
Fur g e s o n , Wi lli a m R.
07i 6/2010
V II. INV ESTM ENTS a n d TRUSTS - ~.~o~, ,~t~., ~,~.~.~no~ a~t~a.~
NONE ~ o reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
A. B,
C. D.
De s cn pt i o n o f As s e t s In . me d ~ i n g Gr o s s va lue a t e n d
Tmma ct i o n s d ~ n g r e ~ i n g pe r i o d
(i n clud i n g t r us t ~ s e t s ) r e i n i n g pe r i ~
o f r e po s i n g
(0 (~ )
(t) (~ )
Pla ce "(X)" a ~ r e a ch a s s e t Amo un t T~ (e . g . , V a lue
V a lue
T~ (e . g . ,
Da t ~ V a lue Ga i n Id e n t i ~ o f
e xe mpt f r o m pr i o r d i s clo s ur e
C~ e I
d i v. , r e n t , C~ e 2 M e bo d buy, ~ t l, m~ d &~ Co ~ 2 C~ I buye r /s d lcr
(A-H)
o r i n t . ) (J-P) Co d e 3 ~ e mpt i o n )
(J-P) (A-~ (i f pr i va t e
18 . -USAA In co me Fun d
A Di vi d e n d
K T
19. -USAA In t e ~ -Te ~ Bo n d Fun d
A Di vi d e n d
L T
20. -USAA M o n e y M a r ke t Fun d
A In t e r e s t J
T
21. -US~ S&P In d e x F~ d M e r e Sh
A
Di vi d e n d
K T
22. -USAA Sho r t -Te ~ Bo n d Fun d
A
Di ~ d e n d
M T
23.
T~ t Acco un t #3 ~
24. -Ame r i ca M ur a l Fun d In c
A Di vi d e n d J T
25. -In co me Fun d o f Ame r i ca
A Di vi d e n d K T
26. -Wa s hi n g t o n M ut ua l In v Fun d ln c
A Di vi d e n d J T
27. En t e ~ f i s e Pr o d Pt ~
A Di vi d e n d J T
28 . Exxo n M o bi l
A Di vi d e n d J T
29. T~ s t ~ -:~
30.
-Ame r i ca M ur a l Fun d In c
A
Di vi d e n d J
T
31. -In co me Fun d o f Ame r i ca In c
A
Di vi d e n d
K T
32.
-W~ hi n g t o n M ut ua l In v Fun d ln e
A
Di vi d e n d J
T
33. Ente~fise Pr~Pus
A Dividend J T
34. Exxon Mobil
A Dividend J T
I. It . co me Ga i n Co d e x:
A = $ 1, 000 o r le s s B = $ 1. 001 . $ 2. 500 C = $ 2. 501 - $ 5, 0~ 0
D = $ 5, 001 - $ 15, 000 E[ = $ 15, 001 * $ 50, 000
(S~ Co Lu r r ua s 13, 1 t a d D4 )
F - $ ~ i 0, 001 - $ 100, 000
G = $ 100, 001 - $ 1, 000. (~ 0 H 1 ---$ L , ~ JO, 001 - $ 5. 000, ~ 00 H2 ~ M o r e t ha n $ 5, 000, 000
2. V ~ !ue Co d e s
J -$ 15, 000 o r Ics z K -$ 15. 001 - $ 50, 000
L ~ $ 50. 001 - $ 100. 000
M ~ $ 100. 00I - $ 250. 000
(S~ Co lumn s C
P], -125, 000, 001 - $ 50, 000. 000 P4 -M o r e Iha n $ 50, 0~ 0. 000
3. V ~ lue M e ~ ho d Co cks
Q ~ Appr ~ [ ~ . t l
P~ = ~ o s t (Re a l E~ t a t e On ly)
S = As s cs s mcn t
T = Ca s h M ~ r kct
(~ Co lur a n C~ 2)
U -Bo o k V ~ lu~
V ---Ot he r W= Es t [ ma t e . d
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-5 Filed 02/02/12 Page 6 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 6 of9
Name of Per,on Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
Dote of Report
07/6120 I 0
VII. INVESTI\fENTS and TRUSTS - ,'O/ut, transRctions (Inc/uti,s thou o/spouse anti tltpmtlent children; sa pp. 34-60 a/ftling instruct jon>.)
D NONE (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
A. 8, C. D.
Description of Assets Income during Gross value at end Transaction. during reponing period
(including trust assets) reponing period of reponing period
(1) (2) (I) (2) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Place "(X)" aEter each asset Amount Type {e,g., Value Value Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity of
exempt from prior disclosure
Code I
divot rent, Code 2 Method
I
buy, sell, mmfdd!yy Code 2 Code I buyer/,ellcr
I (A-H) or int.) (l-P) Code 3 redemption) (l-P) (A-H) (irpriv.te
! (Q-W)
I
trannction)
18, -USAA Income Fund
A Dividend K T
19. -USAA Intermed-Tenn Bond Fund
A Dividend L T
20. -USAA 1 ...1oney Market Fund
A [nterest J T
21. -USAA S&P Index Fund Mem Sh
A Dividend K T
22. -USAA Short-Term Bond Fund
A Dividend M T
23, Trust Account #3
24. -American Mutual Fund Inc
A Dividend J T
25. -Income Fund of America A Dividend K T
26, -Washington Mutual Inv Fund Inc
A Dividend J T
27. Enterprise Prod Ptrs
A Dividend J T
28. Exxon Mobil
A Dividend J T
29, Trust #4 ----,
30. -American Mutual Fund Inc
A Dividend J T
31. -Income Fund of America Inc
A Dividend K T
32. -Washington Mutual Inv Fund Inc
A Dividend j T
33. Enterprise Prod Pus
A Dividend J T
34. Exxon Mobil
A Dividend j T
I
I. Income Gain Codes: A '11,000 or les, Il S2,500 C =$2.50 I - $5,000 o - $15.000 E =SI5,OOI- 5l0,000
I
(5 Columns D I and 04) F SSO.OO I - $ I 00,000 G =1100,001 - SI,OOO.OOO HI =$t.OOO,OOI - S5,000.000 H2 =More th.n S5.000.ooo
2. Valu. Cod.s J <SIS.OOOor tess K =SI5,OOI - S50.000 L=SSO,OOI- StOO,OOO M -SIOO,OOI - $250,000
I
(See Columns C I .nd Dl) N 'S250.001 - S500,OOO o =S500.001 - 11,000.000 PI =$1.000.001- $5.000.000 P2 =S5.OOO,001 - \25.000.000
Pl -S15,OOO,OOI - 150.000.000 P4 -More than 150,000.000
Method Codes Q=Appraiul R =eoS! (Real Est." Only) S -Assessment T =Cash Market
(See Cotumn (2) U -Book Value V =Other W = Estimated
,
Exhibit 3.3, Page 6 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Name of Person Reporting
Date of Report
Page 7 of 9 Fu rgeson, \Villiam R.
07t6/2010
V II. INVE STMENTS and TRUSTS -
NONE ~o reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
A. B. C. D.
Description of Assets Income du ng Gros~ valu e at
(inclu ding t~st a~sets) ~ning pe6~
of r~oning period
O)
Place "(X)" after ~ch as~t Amou nt T~
exempt from prior di~lo~e
C~e I
dlv., renL Code 2 Me~od b~, sell, ~d~ Code 2 C~e t bu yertseller
Code 3 redemption)
(JP)I (A-~
(ifpfivat~ int.)
o-P)
35. USAA CD
B Interest
M T
36.
USAA Performance First Index Savings -
B Interest
L T
37. USAA Performance First Index Savings -
B Interest K T
38. USAA Performance First Index Savings -
A Interest J T
39. PNB
A In t e r e s t L T
1. Income Gain Cod.~: A Ill, 000 or [xs B-$1, 001 -$2, 500 C =$2, 501 -$5, 000 D ~$5, 001 -$15, 000 E =$15, 001 o $50, 000
(See Colu m.ns B1 ~d D4)
F =$50, ~1 -$1~, 0~
G ~$1~, ~1 - $ I, ~.~ HI =$1, ~, ~1 - $5, ~.~
H2 =More ~an
2. Val~ Codes J-$15, ~ ~ less ~ -$15, ~1 -$50, ~ L =[S0, ~] - $1~, ~
M :$1~, ~1 -$250, ~
(See Colu ~ C 1 and D))
N -$250, ~1 -$500, ~
O ~$5~, ~1 - $1, ~, ~ PI "$1, ~, ~ 1 - $5, ~, ~ P2 -$5, ~, ~1 -
3. V=t~ M~od C~s
Q =Apprli~l
R ~ost (Real Es~ Only)
S=As~nt
T ~a~ M~ct
(~e Col~ ~l
U =B~k Value
V ~
W ~Esf im ated
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-5 Filed 02/02/12 Page 7 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 7 of 9
Name o( Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
Date or Report
07/6/2010
V II. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS - income, ,'al"e, transactions (Includes those OlspOUlt and depend.nt childre,,; su pp. 3460 olfiling instructions.)
D NONE (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
! A. B. C. D.
i
Description of Assets Income during Gross value at end Transactions during reporting period
! (including trust .ssets) reponing period of reponing period
L ",Xl" .. ",,' " ..
(I) (2) (I) (2) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Amount Type (e.g., Value Value Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity of
exempt from prior disdosure
Code I
div., rent. Code 2 Method buy, sell, mm/ddlyy Code 2 Code I buyerlseller
(A-H)
orin!.) (J-P) Code 3 redemption) (lP) (A-H) (ifprival'
(Q-w) transaction)
--L.
35. B Interest M T
36. USAA Perfonnance First Index Savings - B

Interest L T
37. USAA Perfonnance Firstlndex Savings.
B Interest K T

38. USA A Performance First Index Savings
I
A Interest J T
39. A Interest L T
r1.Income GaIn Codes,' A SI.oooorie1S B -SI,ool n,5oo C -S2,501 - $5,000 DzS5,001 SI5,OOO E .$50,000
(St. Columns n I >cd D4) F '$50,001. $100.000 G SI.OOO.OOO HI =SI.OOO,ool- S5,ooo,OOO H2 -More than $5,000,000
2. Value Codes )-SI5,oooorl", K -$15,001550,000 L -S50,OOI - 5100,000 M =Sloo,OOI $250,000
(S.o Columns C I and D) N -$250,00 I S500,OOO o -S500,ool- SI.OOO.ooo 1'1-$1,000,001$5.000,000 1'2 -$5,000,001 S25,OOO,OOO
P3 -$25.000,001- S50,OOO,OOO 1'4 =Mo than S50,OOO.000
3. Value Method Codes Q -Apprai",1 R -CO" (Real Estate Only) S -Assessmerlt
T ce.sh Markel
(Sto Column C2J U "'Book Value
V =Other W""Estimated
Exhibit 3.3, Page 7 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
N ~ m e o f P ~ r s o n R ~ p o r t i n ~ D~ t e O[ R t p 0r !
P f l~ (~ ~ o f ~
Fur ge s o n , Wi lli am R .
07 / 6 / 2 01 0
VIII. ADDITIONAL INFOI~MATION OR EXPLANATIONS.
Under Section VII, items listed on lines 6-39 are separate property that reporting person is handling but has no financial interest.
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-5 Filed 02/02/12 Page 8 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 8 of9
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
VIII. ADDITIONAL INFORI."WATION OR EXPLANATIONS. (Indicateparto/RrporL)
Under Section VII, items listed on lines 6-39 are separate property that reporting person is handling but has no financial interest.
Date 01 Report
07/6/2010
Exhibit 3.3, Page 8 of 9
Name of Person Reporting
Date of Report
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
I Furgeson, William R.
07/6/2010
Page 9 of 9
IX. CERTIFICATION.
I certify that all information given above (including information pertaining to my spouse and minor or dependent children, if any) is
accurate, true, and omplete to the best of my knowledge and belief~ and that any information not reported was withheld because it met applicable statutory
pro~sions permitting non-disclosure.
I further certify that earned income from outside employment and honoraria and the acceptance of gifts which have been reported are in
compliance ~vith the provisions of5 U.S.C. app. 501 et. seq., 5 U.S.C. 7353, and Judicial Conference regulations.
Signature_
NOTE: ANY INDIVIDUAL WHO KNOWINGLY AND WILFULLY FALSIFIF~
AND CRIMINAL SANCTIONS (5 U.S.C. app. 104)
FILING INSTRUCTIONS
Mail signed original and 3 additional copies to:
Committee on Financial Disclosure
Administrative Office of the United States Courts
Suite 2-301
One Columbus Circle, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20544
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-5 Filed 02/02/12 Page 9 of 9
I.,
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page90f9
Name of Person Reporliog Oal. of Report
Furgeson, William R. 0716/2010
IX. CERTIFICATION.
I certify that all information gl\'en above (including information pertaining to my spouse and minor or dependent children, if any) is
accurate, true, and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that any information not reported was withheld because it met applicable statutory
pro\lsions permitting non-disclosure.
I further certify that earned income from outside employment and honoraria and the acceptance of gifts which have been reported are in
compliance with the pro\'isions of5 U.S.c. app. 501 et. seq., 5 U.s.c. 7353, and Judicial Conference regulations.
Signature
NOTE: ANY INDIVIDUAL WHO KNOWINGLY AND WILFULLY F ALSIFIF.<:TTFrorATI,"""TTJ"'PT"-";-'-'r.'<"fn'CYTR'""'-""I"X"'.--nCl':-:-ITTI<:Il"L:rC;"-lrlOCT-.::C:TTI , IL
AND CRH'tIINAL SANCTIONS (5 U.S.c. app. 104)
FILING INSTRUCTIONS
Mail signed original and 3 additional copies to:
Committee on Financial Disclosure
Administrative Office of the United States Courts
Suite 2-301
One Columbus Circle, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20544
Exhibit 3.3, Page 9 of 9
,40 la
Rev. 1/2011
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2010
Report Required by the Ethics
in Govermnent Act of 1978
(5 U.S.C. app..~~ 101-111)
I. Person Reporting (last name, first, middle initial)
Furgeson, William R.
4. Title (Article III judges indicate active or senior status;
magistrate judges indicate full- or part-time)
Senior Status-Article IH Judge
7. Chambers or Office Address
U.S. Courthouse
I 100 Commerce Street
Dallas, Texas 75242
2. Court or Organization
USDCiTexas Western/Texas Northern
3. Date of Report
04/25/2011
5a. Report Type (check appropriate type)
] Nomination, Date
[] Initial [] Annual [] Final
5b. [] Amended Report
8. On the basis of the information contained in this Report and any
modifications pertaining therelo, it is, in my opinion, in ompliance
,~ith applicable laws and regulations.
6. Reporting Period
01/01/2010
to
12/31/2010
Reviewing Officer Date
I M P O RT AN T N O T ES: T he instructions accompanying this form must be followe
,t
Complete all parts,
checking the N O N E box for each part where you have no reportable information. Sign on last page.
I. POSITIONS. (Reporting individual only; seepp. 9-13 o f f i l i n g instructions.)
D (N o reportablepositions.) NONE
POSITION
1. President-Elect
2. Member, Council Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas
3. Member, Committee Law Focused Education, State Bar of Texas
4.
5.
NAME OF O RGAN I ZAT I O N /EN T I T Y
Federal Judges Association
II. AG REEMENTS. I Reponi.# individual only; see pp. 14-16 of filing instructions.)
~ (N o reportable agreements.) NONE
DATE PARTIES AND TERMS
Fur.qeson, William R.
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-6 Filed 02/02/12 Page 1 of 9
AGIO
Rev. 112011
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2010
I. Person Reporting (last name, lirst, middle initial) 2. Court or Organization
Furgeson, William R. USDCrrexas Westemrrexas Northern
4. Title (Article III jUdges indicate actin or senior status; Sa. Report Type (check appropriate type)
magistrate judges indicate full- or pan-time)
0
Nomination, Date
Senior Status-Article III Judge
0
Initial
0
Annual
5b.
0
Amended Repon
0
Final
Report Required by the Ethics
in GOIemment Act 011978
(5 u.s.c. app. /01-111)
3_ Date of Report
04/25/2011
6. Reporting Period
01/01/2010
to
12/31/2010
7. Chambers or Omce Address 8. On the basis of the information contained in this Report and any
modilication. pertaining thereto, it is, in my opinion, in compliance
U.S. Courthouse
l\ith applicable laws and regulations.
II ()() Commerce Street
Dallas, Texas 75242
Re\iel\ing Omcer Date
IMPORTANT NOTES: The instructions accompanying this form must befollowed. Complete all parts,
checking the NONE box for each part where you have no reportable information. Sign on last page.
I. POSITI ONS. individual only; set! pp. 9-/3 ofJiling instructions.)
D NONE (No reportable positions.)
POSITION NAME OF ORGANIZATION/ENTITY
I. President-Elect Federal Judges Association
2. Member, Council Litigation Section of the State Bar of Texas
3. Member, Committee Law Focused Education, State Bar of Texas
4.
5.
II. AGREEMENTS. (Reporting individual only; set! pp. 14-16 ofJiling instructions.)
[{] NONE (No reportable agreements.)
PARTIES AND TERMS
I.
2.
3.
FurQeson William R.
Exhibit 3.4, Page 1 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 2 of 9
Nam e of Per s on Rep or t i n g
Fur ges on , Wi lli am R.
D a t e o f R e p o r t
04/25/201 I
II I. NON- INV ESTM ENT INCOM E. (Reporting indi,,idual andspouse; seepp. 17-24 of filing instructions.)
A. Fi ler s Non - In ves t m en t In com e
~] N O N E ( N o reportable non-investment income.)
DATE SO URCE AN D TYPE
2.
3.
4.
IN CO ME
( yo urs, no t spo uses)
B . Sp ous es Non - In ves t m en t In com e - If you were married during anyportion of the reporting year, complete this section.
(Dollar amount not required except for honoraria.)
~ (No reportable non-investment income.) N O N E
1.2010
2.2010
3.
4.
DATE SO URCE AN D TYPE
Dll Abesto s Trust Salar y
Law O ffices o f Stephen Malo uf- Partnership Distributio n
IV . REIM B URSEM ENTS - transportation, lodging, food, entertainmenL
(Includes those to spouse and dependent children; see pp. 25-27 of filing instructions.)
D N O N E (No reportable reimbursements.)
SO URCE DATE S LO CATIO N ITE MS PAID O R PRO VIDE D
I. State Bar o f Texas 01/21/2010 - Austin, Texas Seminar Lo dging, transpo rtatio n, meals
01/23/2010
2. State Bar o f Texas 02/19/2010 - Lubbo ck, Texas Speech Transpo rtatio n, meal
02/19/2010
3. State Bar o f Texas 04/16/2010 - Austin, Texas Speech Transpo rtatio n
04/17/2010
4. State Bar 0fTexas 04/22/2010- Sante Fe, N ew Mexico Retreat Lo dging, transpo rtatio n, meals
04/24/2010
5. Co rpus Christi Bar 05/I 1/2010 - Co rpus Christi Speech Lo dging, transpo rtatio n, meals
Asso ciatio n 05/12/210
PURPO SE
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-6 Filed 02/02/12 Page 2 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 2 of9
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
III. N ON-INVESTMENT IN CO ME. indMdual and su pp. 17-24 o/filing instructions.)
A. Filer's Non-Investment Income
[Z] NONE (No reportable non-investment income.)
SOURCE AND TYPE
I.
2.
3.
4.
Date of Report
04/25/2011
INCOME
(yours, not spouse's)
B. Spouse's Non-Investment Income - I/you HI"r" during any ponion ,.('ar, complete this uction.
(Dollar amount not required except/or honoraria.)
D NONE (No reportable non-investment income.)
SOURCE AND TYPE
I. 2010 DII Abestos Trust Salary
2.2010 Law Offices of Stephen Malouf - Partnership Distribution
3.
4.
IV. REIMBURSEMENTS -transportation,lodging,food, ('nlertainmenL
(Includes those to spouse and dependent children; see pp. 25-27 offiling instructions.)
D NONE (No reportable reimbursements.)
SOURCE DATES LOCATION PURPOSE ITEMS PAID OR PROVIDED
I. State Bar of Texas 01/21/2010 - Austin, Texas Seminar Lodging, transportation, meals
01/23/2010
2. State Bar of Texas 02/19/2010 - Lubbock, Texas Speech Transportation, meal
02/19/2010
3. State Bar of Texas 04/16/20 I 0 - Austin, Texas Speech Transportation
04/17/2010
4. State Bar ofTexas 04/2212010 - Sante Fe, New Mexico Retreat Lodging, transportation. meals
04/2412010
5. Corpus Christi Bar 05/11/2010 - Corpus Christi Speech Lodging, transportation. meals
Association 05/12/210
Exhibit 3.4, Page 2 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 3 of 9
Nam e of Per s on Rep or t i n g
Fur ges on , Wi lli am R.
Date of Rep or t
04/25/201 I
6. University of Texas at Austin/ 06/04/2010- Austin, Texas Speech Transportation
CLE 06/04/2010
7. State Bar of Texas 06/09/2010 - Fort Worth, Texas Meeting Transportation
06/I 1/2010
8. Office of Attorney General 07109/2010 - Austin, Texas Speech Transportation
07/09/2010
9. State Bar of Texas 08105/2010 - San Antonio, Texas Seminar Transportation
08/05/2010
10. State Bar of Texas 09/02/2010- Houston, Texas Speech Transportation, meal
09/02/2010
I I. Texas Center for the Judiciary 09/22/2010 - Corpus Christi, Texas Speech Transportation
09/23/2010
12. American Bar Association 10/07/2010 - Houston, Texas Speech Lodging, transportation, meals
I 0 / 0 8 1 2 0 1 0
13. University of Texas at Austin/ 10/28/2010- Austin, Texas Speech Lodging, transportation, meals
CLE 10/29/2010
14. American Broad of Trial 11/04/2010- Midland, Texas Speech Lodging, tranportation, meals
Lawyers 11/05/2010
15. Houston Federal Bar 11/15/2010- Houston, Texas Speech Transportation
Association 11 / 15/2010
16. American Conference 12/08/2010 - New York, New York Speech Lodging, transportation, meals
Institute 12/09/2010
17. New Orleans Federal Bar 12/14/2010- New Orleans, Louisana Speech Lodging, transportation, meals
Association 12/15/2010
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-6 Filed 02/02/12 Page 3 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Name of Person Reporting Date of Report
Page 3 of9
Furgeson, William R. 04/25/2011
6. University of Texas at Austin! 06/04/2010 - Austin, Texas Speech Transportation
ClE 06/0412010
7. State Bar of Texas 06/0912010 - Fort Worth, Texas Meeting Transportation
06/11/2010
8. Office of Attorney General 07/09/2010 - Austin, Texas Speech Transportation
07/0912010
9. State Bar of Texas 08/05/2010 - San Antonio, Texas Seminar Transportation
08/0512010
10. State Bar of Texas 09/0212010 - Houston, Texas Speech Transportation, meal
09/0212010
II. Texas Center for the Judiciary 0912212010 - Corpus Christi, Texas Speech Transportation
09/23/2010
12. American Bar Association 10/07/2010 - Houston, Texas Speech lodging, transportation, meals
10/08/2010
13. University of Texas at Austin! 10/28/2010 - Austin, Texas Speech lodging, transportation, meals
ClE 10/29/2010
14. American Broad of Trial 11/04/2010 - Midland, Texas Speech lodging, tranportation, meals
lawyers 11105/2010
15. Houston Federal Bar 11/15/2010 - Houston, Texas Speech Transportation
Association 11/15/2010
16. American Conference 12/08/2010 - New York, New York Speech lodging, transportation, meals
Institute 12/09/2010
17. New Orleans Federal Bar 12/14/2010 - New Orleans, louisana Speech lodging, transportation, meals
Association 12/15/2010
Exhibit 3.4, Page 3 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 4 of 9
Nam e of Per s on Rep or t i n g
Fur ges on , Wi lli am R.
D a t e o f R e p o r t
04/25/201 I
V . G I F T S . a n c t , d e ~ , h o s , t o s p o . ~ e o , d a e ~ , e n d , n t c h ild re n ; s e e p p . 2 8 - 3 1 o l"fit in g in s t ruc t io n s . )
N O N E (No re p o rt a ble gift s . )
S O URCE DE S CRI PT I O N
I .
2.
3.
4.
5.
V ALUE
V l . LI AB I LI T I E S . a . a , d e s , h o s e o ls p o us , o . d d , p e n d e , , c h ild re n ; s e e p p . 3 2 - 3 3 o f filin g in s t ruc t io n s . )
D (No re p o rt a ble lia bilit ie s . ) N O N E
CRE DI T O R DE S CRI PT I O N V ALUE CO DE
1. US AA Credit Card K
2. Wil l iam D. F ord F ederal Direct Loan S tudent Loan M
Program - US Dept of E ducation
3. S al l y Mae S tudent Loan L
4. Citi B ank Credit Card K
5. Citi B ank Credit Card K
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-6 Filed 02/02/12 Page 4 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 4 of9
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
V. G IFTS. those 10 spouse and children: su pp. 28-1 I ofJiling instrue/ions.)
[{] NONE (No reportable gifts.)
SOURCE DESCRIPTION
I.
2.
3.
4.
5.
VI. LIABILITIES. those of spouse and children: see pp. 12-33 ofJiling instructions.)
D NONE (No reportable liabilities.)
CREDITOR DESCRIPTION
I. USAA Credit Card
2. William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Student Loan
Program - US Dept of Education
3. Sally Mae Student Loan
4. Cili Bank Credit Card
5. Cili Bank Credit Card
Date of Report
04/25/2011
VALUE
VALUE CODE
K
M
L
K
K
Exhibit 3.4, Page 4 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 5 of 9
Nam e of Per s on Rep or t i n g
Fur ges on , Wi lli am R.
Dat e of Rep or t
04/25/201 I
V II. IN V E S T M E N T S a n d T R U S T S -income, ,alue, transactions (Includes those of spouse and dependent children; see pp. 34-60 of filing instructions.)
N O N E (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
A. B. C. D.
Description of Assets In come d urin g Gross va lue a t en d T ra n sa ction s d urin g reportin g period
(in clud in g trust a ssets) reportin g period of reportin g period
O ) (2)
(l) (2) O ) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Ga in Id en tity of
Pla ce "(X)" a fter ea ch a sset Amoun t T ype (e. g. , V a lue V a lue T ype (e. g. , Da te V a lue
exempt from prior d isclosure
Cod e I d iv. , ren t, Cod e 2 M ethod buy, sell, mrrd d d /yy Cod e 2 [ Cod e I buyer/seller
(A-H)
orin t. ) (. I-P) Cod e 3 red emption ) 0-P) I (A-H)
(ifpriva le
[ tra n sa ction )
(Q-W) I
I. Wells Fa rgo Ba n k AccJ
2. U S AA Brokera ge S vc. Acct #2 -~l
A In terest
3. T a x E xempt M on ey M kt Fun d A In terest J T
4. U S AA Ba n k Acct -. ~ A In terest
5. Ba n k of T exa s . ~ A In terest
6. T rust Accoun t #1 g
7. U S AA GN M A T rust N on e
J
J
T
T
S old 02/03/10 J A
8. U S AA Growlh & In come Fun d N on e S old 02/03/I 0 K A
9. U S AA In come Fun d N on e S old 02/03/10 J A
10. U S AA In termed -T erm Bon d Fun d N on e S old 02/03/10 K A
I I. U S S A M on ey M a rket Fun d A In terest J T
12. U S AA S &P 500 In d ex Fun d M ember S ha re N on e S old 02/03/10 K A
13. U S AA S hort-T erm Bon d Fun d A Divid en d L T
14. U S AA High Yield O pportun ities Fun d N on e S old 02/03/I 0 J A
15. U S AAT a x E xempt M on ey M a rketFun d A In terest K T Buy 02/03/10 K
16. T rust Accoun t #2
17. U S AAGN M AT rust A Divid en d S old I 1/01/10 K A
I. In come Ga in Cod cs: A $1,000 or less B-$1,001 -$2,500 C =$2,501 -$5,000 D =$5,001 -$15,
000
/S ee Column s BI a n d D4) F-$50. 001 -$100. 000 G =$100. 001 -$I. 0~0. 000 HI =$1. 000. 001 -$5. 000. 00~ H2 M ore tha n $5,000. 000
2. V a lue Cod es J =$15,000 or Icss K$15. 001 -$50. 000 L=$50,001 -$100,000 M $100,001 -$250,000
(S Column s C I a n d D3) N =$250. 001 -$500. 000 O =$500. 001 -$1,000. 000 PI =$1. 000. 001 -$5. 000. 000 P2 =$5. 000,001 -$25. 000. 000
P3-$25. 000. 001 -$50. 000. 000
P4 =M ore tha n $50. 000. 000
3. V a lue M ethod Cod es Q =Appra isa l
R -Cost (R ea l E sta te O n ly) S =Assessmen t T Ca sh M a rket
{S ee Colun m C2) U
=
Book V a lue
V -O ther W = E slima ted
E =$15,001 -$50,000
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-6 Filed 02/02/12 Page 5 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 5 of9
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
Date of Report
04/25/2011
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS - and depmdent children; su pp. 34-60 offiling instructions.)
D NONE (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
A. B. e. D.
Description of Assets Income during Gross value at end Transactions during reponing period
(including trust assets) reponing period of reponing period
(I) (2) (\) (2) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Place "(Xl" after each asset Amount Type (e.g., Value Value Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity of
exempt from prior disclosure
Code I
div., rent. Code 2 Method buy, sell, mmlddlyy Code 2 Code I buyer/seller
(A-H)
or intI (JP) Code 3 redemption) (J-P) (AH) (if private
(QW) transaction)
I. Wells Fargo Bank Acc_ A Interest J T
2. USA A Brokerage Svc. Acc! #2 -1lII
3. Tax Exempt Money Mkt Fund A Interest J T
4. USAA Bank Acct - A Interest J T
5. Bank of Texas .. A Interest J T
6. Trust Account #1 ...
7. USAA GNMA Trust
None Sold 02/03/10 J A
8. USAA Growth & Income Fund
None Sold 02/03110 K A
9. USAA Income Fund
None Sold 02/03110 J A
10. USAA Intermed - Term Bond Fund
None Sold 02/03110 K A
II. USSA Money Market Fund
A Interest J T
12. USAA S&P 500 Index Fund Member Share
None Sold 02/03110 K A
13. USAA Short-Term Bond Fund
A Dividend L T
14. USAA High Yield Opportunities Fund
None Sold 02/03/10 J A
15. USAA Tax Exempt Money MarketFund
A Interest K T Buy 02/03/10 K
16. Trust Account #2
17. USAA GNMA Trust
A Dividend Sold 11/01/10 K A
I. Income Gain Codes: A =$ 1,000 or B I $2,500 C - 55.000 D I - 515,000 E IS,OO I - 550,000
(SceColumnsBland [).l) F 0550.001 - 5100.000 G =SIOO.OOI. SI.ooo.ooo HI =51.000.001 - SS.OOO.OOO H2 than 55.000.000
2. V .. luc C'odc:s J =S 15,000 (IT less K - $50.000 L $100.000 M - 52S0.OOO
(SceColumnsCland DJ) N =S250.001 $500.000 o 51.000.000 P I I - $S.ooo.ooo P2 $25.000.000
PJ - S50.OOO.000 P4 than 550.000.000
3. Value Method CodC'S
Q
R (Real Estate Only)
S =Asscs::;mcnt
T Markel
(Sec Column (2)
U =Book Value
V
W =btimatcd
Exhibit 3.4, Page 5 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 6 of 9
Nam e of Per s on Rep or t i n g
Fur ges on , Wi lli am R.
Dat e of Rep or t
04/25/2011
V I I . I N V E S T M E N T S an d TRUSTS - i n c o . , e , , , alue . tran sac ti o n s (In c lude s tho se o f spo use an d de pe n de n t c hi ldre n ; se e pp. 34-60 o f fi li n g i n struc ti o n ~. )
N ON E (N o re po rtable i n c o me , asse ts, o r tran sac ti o n s. )
D e s c r i p t i on of A s s e t s I n c ome dur i n g
(i n c ludi n g t r us t as s e t s ) r e p or t i n g p e r i od
O) (2)
Plac e "(X)" af t e r e ac h as s e t A moun t T y p e (e . g. ,
e xe mp t f r om p r i or di s c los ur e
Code I
di v. , r e n t ,
(A - H )
or i n t . )
Gr os s value at e n d
of r e p or t i n g p e r i od
(I ) (2)
V alue V alue
Code 2 M e t hod
(J- P) Code 3
(Q- W)
O)
T y l~ (e . g. ,
buy , s e ll,
r e de mp t i on )
T r an s ac t i on s dur i n g r e p or t i n g p e r i od
(2) (3 ) (4)
D at e V alue Gai n
mm/dd/y y Code 2 Code 1
(J- P) (A - H )
(5)
I de n t i t y of
buy e r /s e lle r
(i f p r i vat e
t r an s ac t i on )
18 . US A A Gr owt h & I n c ome Fun d N on e S old I 1/01/I 0 K A
19 . US A A I n c ome Fun d N on e S old I 1/01/10 K A
20. US A A - I n t e r me d - T e r m Bon d Fun d N on e S old 11/01/10 L A
21. US A A M on e y M ar ke t Fun d A I n t e r e s t J T
22. US A A S &P I n de x Fun d M e mbe r S har e A D i vi de n d K T
Buy I 1/01/10 K
23 . US A A S hor t - T e r m Bon d Fun d A D i vi de n d
24. T ax E xe mp t M on e y M ar ke t Fun d A I n t e r e s t
25. T r us t A c c oun t #3 - ~
26. A me r i c an M ut ual Fun dln c A D i vi de n d
K
S old I 1/01/10 :
T Buy I 1/01/10
T
L
K
27. I n c ome Fun d of A me r i c a A D i vi de n d K T
28 . Was hi n gt on M ut ual I n v Fun d I n c
29 . E n t e r p r i s e Pr od Pt r s
3 0. E xxon M obi l
3 1. T r us t #4- ~
3 2. A me r i c an M ut ual Fun dln c
A D i vi de n d
A D i vi de n d
A D i vi de n d
A D i vi de n d
J
J
J
T
T
T
T
3 3 . I n c ome Fun dof A me r i c a ln c A D i vi de n d K T
3 4. Was hi n gt on M ut ual ln v Fun d I n c A D i vi de n d J T
I . I n c ome Gai n Code s :
I S c e Column s BI an d D 4)
2. V alue Code s
(S e e Column s C I an d D 3 )
3 . V alue M e t hod Code s
~S e e Column C2)
A =$1, 000 or le s s
F =$50. 001 -
J =$15, 000 or le s s
N =$250. 001 - $500, 0~0
P3 -$25, 000, 001 - $50. 000. 000
Q=A p p r ai s al
U =Book V alue
B =$1, 001 - $2, 500
G=$100, 001 - $1, 0~, 0~
K=$15, 001 - $50, 000
O =$500. 001 - $ 1, 0~0, 000
R - Cos t (Re al E s t at e On ly )
V - Ot he r
C =$2, 501 - $5, 000
H 1
=
$ 1, 009 , 001 - $ 5, 00~. 0~0
L=$50. 001 - $100, 000
PI =$1, 000, 001 - $5, 1)00, 09 0
P4 - M or e I han $50, 000, 00~
S =A s s e s s me n t
W =E s t i mat e d
D =$5, 001 - $15, 000
H 2 =M or e t han $5, 000, 000
M =$100, 001 - $250, 000
P2 =$5, 000, 001 - $25, 000, 000
T =Cas h M ar ke t
E =$15, 001 - $50, 000
Case MDL No. 2119 Document 198-6 Filed 02/02/12 Page 6 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 6 of9
Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
Date of Report
04/25/2011
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS - income, ,'alue, transactions (Includes those o/spouse and dependent children; set pp. 34-60 o/filing instructions.)
D NONE (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
A. 13. C. D.
Description of Assets Income during Gross value at end Transactions during reponing period
(including trust assets) reponing period of reponing period
(I) (2) (I) (2) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Place "(X)" after each asset Amount Type (e.g., Value Value Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity of
exempt from prior disclosure
Code I
div., renl, Code 2 Method buy, sell, mmlddlyy Code 2 Code I buyer/seller
(AH)
or int.) (JP) Code 3 redemption) (J-P) (AH) (if private
(QW) transaction)
18. USAA Growth & Income Fund None Sold 11/01/10 K A
19. USAA Income Fund None Sold \\/0\/\0 K A
20. USAA - [ntermed - Term Bond Fund None Sold 11/0[/10 L A
21. USAA Money Market Fund A Interest J T Buy 11/01/10 K
22. USAA S&P Index Fund Member Share A Dividend K T
23. USAA Short - Term Bond Fund
A Dividend Sold 11/01/10 L
24. Tax Exempt Money Market Fund A Interest K T Buy 11/01/10 K
25. Trust Account #3 -_
26. American Mutual Fund Inc A Dividend J T
27. Income Fund of America A Dividend K T
28. Washington Mutuallnv Fund Inc
A Dividend J T
29. Enterprise Prod Ptrs
A Dividend J T
30. Exxon Mobil A Dividend J T
31. Trust#4-_
32. American Mutual Fund Inc A Dividend J T
33. Income Fund of America Inc
A Dividend K T
34. Washington Mutuallnv Fund Inc
A Dividend J T
I. Income Gain Codes: A =$ I ,000 or less 8 =5 I ,00 I - 52,500 C =$2,50 I - 55,000 D=55,OOI -5t5,OOO E =$ I 5,00 I - S50,OOO
(Sec ("olwnns 8 I and [).I) F =550.00 I - 5 I 00,000 G =5100,001 5t,OOO.000 HI =$1.000,001 $5,000.000 H2 =More lilan S5,OOO,OOO
2. Value Codes J =5 I 5,000 or less K =515.001 - 550,000 L =550,001 - 5100,000 M =$100,001 - 5250,000
(Sec Columns ("I andDJ) N =5250.001 - 5500,000 o =5500.00 I - 5 I ,000,000 PI =51,000,001 - 55,000,000 P2 =$5,000,00 I - 525,000,000
P 3 =525,000,00 I 550.000.000 P4 =More than 550,000,000
3. Value Method CodC'S Q =Apprnisal
R (Real Eslalc Only) S =Asscssmcnl
T =Cash Market
(Sec ("olumn ("2)
U =Book Value
V =Other W
Exhibit 3.4, Page 6 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 7 of 9
Nam e of Per s on Rep or t i n g
Fur ges on , Wi lli am IL
Date of Report
04/25/201 I
V II. IN V E S T M E N T S an d T RU S T S -income, value, transactions (Includes those of spouse and dependent children; seepp. 34-60 of filing instructions.)
N O N E (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
Description of Assets In come d urin g
(in clud in g trust assets) reportin g period
O ) (2)
Place "(X)" after each asset Amoun t T y pe (e. g. ,
exempt from prior d isclosure
Cod e I
d iv. , ren t,
(A-H )
or in t. )
Gross value at en d
of reportin g period
(I) (2)
V alue V alfie
Cod e 2 M ethod
(J-P) Cod e 3
(Q-W)
O)
T y pe (e. g. ,
b uy , sell,
red emption )
T ran saction s d urin g reportin g period
(2) (3) (4)
Date V alue Gain
mm/d d /y y Cod e 2 Cod e 1
(J-P) (A-H )
( 5 )
Id en tity of
b uy er/seller
(if private
tran saction )
35. E n terprise Prod Ptrs
36. E xxon M ob il
37. Capital In come Build er
38. U S AACD~
39. U S AA Performan ce First In d ex S avin gs-
40. U S AA Performan ce First In d ex S avin gs -
41. U S AA Performan ce First In d ex S avin gs -
42. PN B-CD
43. PN B Ban kAccoun t~
A Divid en d
A Divid en d
A Divid en d
A In terest
A In terest
B In terest
A In terest
A In terest
A In terest
J
J
K
J
L
J
T
T
T Buy
S old
T S old
T S old
T
T Buy
T Buy
11/10/10 K
11/01/10 M A
11/01/10 L A
11/01/10 K A
12/05/10 L A
12105110 J A
I. In come Gain Cod es: A =$1. 000 or less B =$1, 001 -$2, 500 C =$2, 501 -$5, 000
(S ee Column s B I an d D4) F =$50. 091 -$100. 000 G =$100, 001 -$1, 000. 000 H I =$1, 000. 001 -$5, 00~. 0~0
2. V alue Cod es J =$15. 000 or less K=$15, 001 -$ 50, 000 L=$50. 001 -$ 100, 0O O
(S ee Column s CI an d D3) N =$250. 001 -$500. 000 O =$500. 0O I -$1, 090, 000 PI =$1, 000, 001 -$5. 000. 000
P3 =$25, 000. 001 -$50. 0~0, 000 P4 =M ore than $50, 000, 000
3. V alue M ethod Cod es Q -Appraisal
R =Cost (Real E state O n ly ) S =Assessmen t
(S ee Column C2) U =BookV alue
V =O ther W =E stimated
D =$5, 001 -$15, 000
H 2 =M ore than $5. 000, 0~0
M =$100, 001 -$250. 009
P2 =$5, 000, 001 -$25. 000, 000
T -Cash M arket
E =$15, 001 -$50, 000
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FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
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Name of Penon Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
Date of Report
04/25/2011
VII. INVESTMENTS and TRUSTS - income, value, transactions (Includes those o/spouse and dependent children; see pp. 34-60 o/filing instructions.)
o NONE (No reportable income, assets, or transactions.)
A. B. C. D.
Description of Assets Income during Gross value at end Transactions during reporting period
(including trust assets) reponing period of reponing period
(I) (2) (I) (2) (I) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Place "(Xl" after each asset Amount Type (e.g., Value Vahle Type (e.g., Date Value Gain Identity of
exempt from prior disclosure
Code I
div., rent, Code 2 Method buy, sell, mmlddlyy Code 2 Code I buyer/seller
(A-H)
or int.) (J-P) Code 3 redemption) (J-P) (A-H) (ifprivate
(Q-W) transaction)
35. Enterprise Prod Ptrs A Dividend J T
36. Exxon Mobil A Dividend J T
37. Capital Income Builder A Dividend K T Buy 11/10/10 K
38. USAACO_ A Interest Sold 11/01110 M A
39. USAA Performance First Index Savings - A Interest J T Sold 11/01/10 L A
-
40. USAA Performance First Index Savings -
B Interest K T Sold 11101/10 K A
-
41. USAA Performance First Index Savings - A Interest J T
-
42. PNB-CD-_ A Interest L T Buy 12/05/10 L A
43. PNB Bank Account_ A Interest J T Buy 12/05/10 J A
I. Income Gain Codes: A =$1.000 or lc>s B =$1,001 - $2,500 C =$2,50 I $5,000 D =$5.00 I $15.000 E =$1 5.001 - $50.000
(See Columns B I and [).I) F =$50.001 - $100.000 G =SIOO.OOI - SI.OOO.OOO HI =$1,000.001 - $S,OOO.OOO H2 =More than $5.000.000
2. Value Codes J =$ IS.OOO or less K =$IS.OOI - $SO,OOO L =$50.001 - $100.000 M =$100.001 - S250.000
(Sec Columns CI and D3) N =$250.001 - $SOO.OOO o =$SOO.OO I - $ 1,000.000 PI =$1,000,001 - $5.000.000 P2 =S5.000,OOI - S25.000.000
P3 =S1S.000.001 - $50.000.000 P4 =More than $50,000.000
3. Value Method Codes
Q =Apprdisal
R =Cost (Real Estate Only)
S =Asscssmcnt
T =Cash Market
(Sec Column C2)
U =Boo\.; Value
V =Othcr
W =EstimJlcd
Exhibit 3.4, Page 7 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
Page 8 of 9
Nam e of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
Date of Report
04/25/201 I
VIII. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR EXPLANATIONS. (lndicate part of report.)
Under Section VII, items listed on lines 6-43 are separate property that reporting person is handling but has no financial interest.
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FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
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Name of Person Reporting
Furgeson, William R.
VIII. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OR EXPLANATIONS. (Indicateparto!report.)
Under Section VII, items listed on lines 6-43 are separate property that reporting person is handling but has no financial interest.
Date of Report
04/25/2011
Exhibit 3.4, Page 8 of 9
FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE REPORT
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Nam e of Per s on Rep or t i n g
Fur ges on , \Vi lli am R.
Date of Report
04/25/201 I
IX. CERTIFICATION.
I certify that all information given above (including information pertaining to my spouse and minor or dependent children, if any) is
accurate, true, and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that any information not reported was withheld because it met applicable statutory
provisions permitting non-disclosure.
! further certify that earned income from outside employment and honoraria and the acceptance of gifts which have been reported are in
compliance with the provisions of 5 U.S.C. app. 501 et. seq., 5 U.S.C. 7353, and Judicial Conference regulations.
Si gn at ur e
NOTE: ANY INDIVIDUAL WHO KNOWINGLY AND WILFULLY FALSIFIES OR FALLS TO FILE THIS REPORT MAY BE SUBJECT TO CIVIL
AND CRIMINAL SANCTIONS (5 U.S.C. app. 104)
Com m i t t ee on Fi n an ci al Di s clos ur e
Adm i n i s t r at i ve Offi ce of t he Un i t ed St at es Cour t s
Sui t e 2-301
On e Colum bus Ci r cle, N.E.
Was hi n gt on , D.C. 20544
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Name of Person Reporting Date of Report
Furgeson, William R. 04/25/2011
IX. CERTIFICATION.
I certify that all information given above (including information pertaining to my spouse and minor or dependent children, if any) is
accurate, true, and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief, and that any information not reported was withheld because it met applicable statutory
provisions permitting non-disclosure.
I further certify that earned income from outside employment and honoraria and the acceptance of gifts which have been reported are in
compliance with the pro\isions of 5 U.S.c. app. 501 d. seq .. 5 U.S.c. 7353, and Judicial Conference regulations.
Signature _______________________ _
NOTE: ANY INDIVIDUAL WHO KNOWINGLY AND WILFULLY FALSIFIES OR FAILS TO FILE THIS REPORT MAY BE SUBJECT TO CIVIL
AND CRIMINAL SANCTIONS (5 U.S.c. app. 104)
Committee on Financial Disclosure
Administrative Office of the United States Courts
Suite 2-301
One Columbus Circle, N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20544
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