In a no-holds bar filing, the law firm makes a strong case:
If there is a single piece of paper -- generated by or in the possession of the Tribe prior to preparing the instant Complaint – that supports the Tribe’s outrageous accusations against Lewis Tein, the Tribe has yet to produce it. If one exists, Lewis Tein is entitled to it. If it is privileged, the Tribe must log it. And if no such documents exist, the Tribe should say so, instead of hiding behind objections and evasive language.If it does not fit....oops, wrong locution.
Actually, I like the simple, declarative sentence structure.
(BTW, the new Mag on the case is Judge Torres.)