Archive for September, 2012

Latest Edition of Lawyers Gone Wild

In the latest edition of “lawyers gone wild,” plaintiffs’ lawyers were disqualified for a variety of ethical sins.  As reported by Sean Canrnathan in the ABA Litigiation News, the disqualification was not ultimately based on the following juvenile antics by plaintiffs’ counsel:  attending depositions in a t-shirt and shorts scheduling the deposition at a Dunkin’ […]


Lawyers and the Funny Papers

I have to hand it to Bob Kohn who, after being told he could only file a five page brief, did so in comic format (or a “graphic novellette” as he referred to it)  with great elucidation on the complex topic of antitrust law dealing with price structuring for e-books.  Kudos to the ABA Journal […]