“The allegations are unequivocally false, brought by two former employees who are trying to create a name for themselves by baselessly attacking others, who have achieved great success in the areas they practice,” (defense attorney) Slusher said via email. “This lawsuit is a trivial attempt of these former employees to use the court system to leverage the success and stellar reputation that their former employer has spent over 15 years building. We are confident our clients will be vindicated in this matter.”
JAABLOG’s Dennis Bailey story made The New York Times today, something we can’t remember happening since JAABLOG got the front page back in 2014.
There’s no credit of course, although it would have been nice of Dennis or Jack Tuter to thank us for garnering so much badly needed good publicity for the 17th Circuit. But that’s probably expecting too much as well.
The real irony here has to do with the Florida Bar. The link in the NYT article to the “social media” that supposedly helped spread the story goes to the Bar’s Facebook post from yesterday! While the Bar is still “investigating” JAABLOG in part for supposedly serving no legitimate purpose!
Oh well. It’s all in a day’s work.
The real story in all of this, of course, is once again you.
As we’ve said so many times over the years, even if there were only a handful of people reading the blog, there will always be reporters, editors, high court judges, the JQC, and others who can make a difference among them. Your news here can (and will) go to the outside world as the Bailey story has, just like so many, many other JAABLOG stories over the years.
Thanks again for reading, and most importantly, for the tips, stories, and the constructive comments that keep the light shining …
KEEP ‘EM COMING!