U.S. Bankruptcy Judge John Olson bashed Duane Morris on Friday during a sanctions hearing for two Miami partners in a dispute over Plantation’s shuttered Fashion Mall.

Olson issued an interim sanction in January barring Duane Morris partner Lida Rodriguez-Taseff from practicing in the Southern District of Florida’s bankruptcy court for 90 days. At that time, he also issued an order against fellow partner Kevin Vance, who faced a similar penalty over an electronically filed court document that contradicted the judge’s oral instructions.

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