“Your Honor, You Are Stupid, You Suck, Please Decide for Me”

Michael E. McCabe, Jr.ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct, Civility/Professionalism, Competence0 Comments

With last week’s post on patent attorney Andrew Schroeder, who ran amok in his filings with the USPTO (click), fresh on my mind, I had to chuckle at the blog posted recently in Wordrake (click here), entitled: “Your Honor, You Are Stupid, You Suck, Please Decide For Me.” The post cites several examples of what is purported to be real … Read More

EXTRA EXTRA: Attorney Abides By Rules Of Professional Conduct; No Discipline Imposed

Michael E. McCabe, Jr.Duty to Tribunal, IP Litigation Sanctions, Misrepresentations4 Comments

Attorney disciplinary matters involving illegal, immoral, incompetent, negligent, unprofessional, or unethical behavior by intellectual property practitioners are a frequent source of news in the IP media outlets. When an attorney does not violate the ethics rules, that fact, in and of itself, is rarely the subject of discussion. Then there are those rare occasions where an attorney’s adherence to the … Read More