Gilmore v. Jones, et al. News

A group of the defendants in the Gilmore v. Jones, et al. lawsuit has filed a motion seeking sanctions against the plaintiff and his attorneys for violations of Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Here is a copy of their brief in support of that motion.

The Gentle Reader should note that this motion and brief were served on the plaintiff and his attorneys over three weeks ago, and they were not filed with the court until the plaintiff refused to correct the deficiencies alleged in the brief.

2 thoughts on “Gilmore v. Jones, et al. News

  1. Odd. I had it on good authority that the undersigned counsel above was an unemployably terrible attorney. Yet, it seems his grasp of the FRCP is greater than the four distinguished opposing counsel.

  2. I’m glad Aaron Walker has found something to do with his free time, but his use of Rule 11 here is almost comical. Experienced lawyers will tell you that it is only inexperienced counsel who files Rule 11 motions for mere legal disagreements about jurisdiction, justiciability, etc. And 23 pages? I hope Walker’s clients aren’t paying by the word

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