Following up on his 2004 missive where, among other choice findings, he held that:

Frankly, the undersigned would guess the lawyers in this case did not attend kindergarten as they never learned how to get along well with others. Notwithstanding the history of filings and antagonistic motions full of personal insults and requiring multiple discovery hearings, earning the disgust of this Court, the lawyers continue ad infinitum.
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The Court simply wants to scream to these lawyers, “Get a life” or “Do you have any other cases?” or “When is the last time you registered for anger management classes?” Neither the world’s problems nor this case will be determined by an answer to a counterclaim, which is four days late, even with the approval of the presiding judge.

Judge Sparks has incredibly improved upon his original work, and conformed his derision of the lawyers before him to prose.

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Thx to AbovetheLaw and Judge Sparks

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