Like a teacher scolding misbehaving children, a senior federal judge took several far-younger, big-firm lawyers to task Thursday for filing two poorly argued motions to disqualify the other side’s counsel.
Senior U.S. District Judge William Schwarzer roundly rejected both motions and wouldn’t entertain the attorneys’ other requests in court either.
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