I think the bunker got a little nostalgic today -- consider these
Marder v. Moscoco:
This case is actually about a charging lien filed by Ruden McClosky!
What's next -- an application for fees by Fine Jacobson?
Miccosukee Tribe v. Lehtinen:
Here you have a two-fer: the Tribe unsuccessfully seeking to remove Joe Klock as counsel for Dexter Lehtinen.
Query -- did Joe receive an "unfair informational advantage"
In the underlying cause, it cannot be said, and no such allegation has been made, that Klock has obtained an unfair advantage in his representation of respondent in his defense of petitioners’ claims. Whether or not Klock obtains an unfair informational advantage in his representation of clients against respondent in other, unrelated matters is pure speculation at this time. Certainly, if petitioners believe at some point in the future that Klock has indeed obtained such unfair informational advantage in those cases, petitioners are free to seek Klock’s disqualification in the courts in whose jurisdiction the cases lie.In other words, time will tell (it always does).
*"Resplendently Robed Ones" -- get with the lingo already!