Whatever else one might say about the lawyers for the Da Silva Moore plaintiffs, you can’t deny that they are good at volume – yards of words pour out at every opportunity, and while few of them seem to have much bearing on the case (remind me what that was about again?), they must be due for some kind of prize for the sheer mass of words they can get down in a given time.
Have you read their 500 page Objection to Judge Peck’s denial of their recusal Motion? No, nor have I.
K&L Gates (where would be be without their always timely and succinct commentaries?) have put up a link to the Rule 72(A) Objection itself, and told us where to find the declaration in support of it. Let me know if you find anything interesting in it.
Rob Robinson has updated his extremely useful collection of the formal documents under the heading Peck, Parties and Predictive Coding.