A lawyer’s ugly divorce just got a little uglier now that a federal judge has issued a sarcastic rebuff to his latest move against his ex-wife in which he urged the judge to disqualify her lawyers.

In his 10-page opinion in Wolf Block Schorr & Solis-Cohen v. Navon, U.S. District Judge Stewart Dalzell concluded that attorney Jeffrey M. Navon’s motion to disqualify his ex-wife’s lawyers was either part of a “vendetta,” or that “emotion clouded his objectivity.”

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