Teresa l. Cunningham, a sole practitioner in Florence, Ky., has lived a lawyer’s nightmare: She faced a judge who, she believes, is biased against her in every case, who levied sanctions against her for alleged discovery abuses and then removed her from the case that began her nightmare.

But Ms. Cunningham, an employment discrimination lawyer, also realized every lawyer’s hope: getting the U.S. Supreme Court involved in her sanctions appeal. Cunningham v. Hamilton County , Ohio, No. 98-727.

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