Lawyer Lin Wood, who filed several frivolous lawsuits on behalf of former Pres. Trump, was ordered to seek a mental exam. The Georgia Bar Association ordered him to sit for the exam. Mr. Wood then filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn that order. The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta rejected Mr. Wood’s appeal.

Clients and others sometimes ask me what “sanctions” are in the lawsuit business. This decision shows what the worst sanctions look like. In one of those frivolous election lawsuits filed late in 2020, the two lawyers have been sanctioned $180,000. U.S. District Magistrate Judge N. Reid Neureiter sanctioned two lawyers, Gary D. Fielder and Ernest

Election lawsuits proliferated like mushrooms back in November and December, 2020. One such lawsuit was even filed as a class action on behalf of “all U.S. registered voters” alleging a coordinated effort to change voting laws and use unreliable voting machines to interfere with the presidential election. The two lawyers, Gary Fielder and Ernest Walker,

All discrimination lawsuits start with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. By statute, all complaints of discrimination must be filed with the EEOC or a state equivalent agency. Since Texas has only one state equivalent agency in Austin, most folks have to start by filing a complaint with the EEOC. USA Today published an article discussing

Lawyer Lin Wood, the pro-Trump lawyer who filed a handful of election lawsuits, is being investigated by the Georgia Bar Association for alleged ethical lapses. In response, Mr. Wood published online the addresses for the 18 members of the Georgia grievance committee. Four of the addresses were home addresses. Disciplinary or grievance committees are typically

Lawyer Paul MacNeal Davis of Dallas decided to go to the demonstrations in Washington, D.C., to show his support for Pres. Trump. He posted a video of himself on Instagram outside the Capitol building. He said he had been tear-gassed. He said it was not acceptable to tear-gas the protestors. He said “we” were trying

Lawyer Jerome Marcus has asked to be allowed to withdraw from his lawsuit against the state of Pennsylvania. In that suit, he represents Pres. Trump. The suit alleges voting irregularities. Lawyer Marcus is known for his statement in court several weeks ago that he is alleging “a non-zero” number of Republicans observing the vote tallies.