Everyone's favorite video game lawyer is apparently being considered for a temporary disbarment by the Florida Bar Association. As you've heard he's been on a bit of a legal warpath lately with the local powers that be, suing the Florida Bar as well as the Florida Supreme Court as well. While that takes more balls (or insanity) than I'll ever enjoy, it seems he might have a three month vacation he wasn't expecting:
I can't say that I'm surprised. Jack spoke with GamePolitics recently about the following allegations and, true to form, the old chap is going down with fists flailing. "I’m not suspended from the practice of law and won’t be. I have no idea what The Bar is claiming in this absurd regard. I have no complaint in that regard because there is no complaint. This is all an over-reaching contrivance by The Florida Bar."
Like Quixote to the windmills, I suppose. I'll miss chasing him around town.
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