Todd Bank, the New York lawyer who lost his case after being removed from a Manhattan federal appeals court for making “discourteous” comments during oral arguments, has petitioned for a rehearing by the circuit’s full complement of judges.

In a court filing Monday, Bank attacked a Dec. 16 decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit that rejected his appeal by summary order, claiming the move amounted to judicial “fiat.”

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