A New York judge has denied pro hac vice admission to the lawyer representing former gossip reporter Jared Paul Stern in his lawsuit against billionaire Ronald Burkle.

In a decision Thursday, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Walter Tolub pointed to a litany of complaints by other judges about Miami lawyer Larry Klayman’s “inappropriate and unethical behavior” in denying Klayman’s application to practice in New York.

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