Two Pennsylvania lawyers got a lecture from a federal judge for filing a motion to dismiss an employment discrimination suit that the judge found to be poorly researched and premised on a misreading of the statutes and outdated and overruled case law. The judge said "the motion was ill-conceived due, it seems, to a puzzling failure on the part of the movants to review, much less appreciate, the governing judicial opinions and statutory provisions applicable to the claims presented in the complaint."
Judge Lectures Lawyers on Research for Motion
The Legal Intelligencer
March 4, 2005
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