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June 25, 2007

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fuck you roy...!

b burnham: the posting rules forbid profanity. (Think workplace filters.)

Now, will the DC Bar and any other bar that he is a member of please discipline him for abuse of process. I'm glad he lost and I hope that attorney's fees are awarded and that his reappointment to ALJ does not happen, but people who are obsessive in that way need to be stopped before they make life hell for other people.

Now, will the DC Bar and any other bar that he is a member of please discipline him for abuse of process. I'm glad he lost and I hope that attorney's fees are awarded and that his reappointment to ALJ does not happen, but people who are obsessive in that way need to be stopped before they make life hell for other people.

This reminds me of the fact that 99% of lawyers give the rest of us a bad name. ;)

Snicker. I'd never heard that one.

Wait a sec: the judge in this case produced a 23 page decision dismissing this ludicrous $50+ million suit?

Was she getting paid (like pulp authors of old) by the word?

Sheesh: why was more than "Case dismissed for lack of merit" even needed?*


*note: IANAL (if it isn't blatantly obvious already!).

Jay-

I'm guessing that the judge is laying the foundation for awarding of attorney's fees. Our court system generally ignores the fact that lawyers cost money. In some ways that is good, but, as we see in this case, ignoring the cost of lawyers would be a miscarriage of justice.

It's great, Sebastian, that the best lawyer jokes come from lawyers ... maybe.

The guy is going to appeal. There's ample reason to write this long an opinion, especially given the length of the factual recitation.

I wonder if the guy who bought a brass rat was a lawyer? (One of my favorite lawyer jokes)

A lawyer joke thread at TiO seems to be called for.

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