Thursday, July 19, 2007

Beakerkin Sticks Up for a Notorious Shyster

There is one attorney who is known for the dreadful work he sends in. He seems to take every impossible case East of the Mississipi. By now he must be fairly certain he will not win these cases. However, the customers do not want to hear excuses about jobs being impossible. I suppose blaming this man for his shady clients is like blaming an oncologist for having a caseload of cancer patients.


Always On Watch said...

Off topic...

I feel as if I haven't visited here in years! What a week!

Who is the notorious shyster?

beakerkin said...

His name is known only to Coworkers
but I will talk off line. There is one attorney who gums up INS will absurd cases.

Warren said...

I'll bet that he doesn't take these cases pro bono!

Ducky's here said...

Hey Beak, why haven't you posted on Rudy's "Southern Strategist" David Vitter showing up in a hooker's client book.

Rudy just isn't going to make it with the values crowd.

beakerkin said...


I am sure he doesn't work for free. However, most of his clients are poor.


I am unconcerned and Hillary on values will be funny.

jams o donnell said...

I doubt there would be a lot of money in those cases. If an immigration lawyer (in the UK) anted to ake money then he or she would act as broker for work permits etc for major companies (not that lawyers add any value to such applications).

The UK has an organisation called teh IAS (Immigration Advisory Service) It is actually funded by teh Home Office which runs our Immigration Service. Some people think that the source of funding means that they are not truly independent but from my own dealings with them in years gone by they did their job very well. Personally I had a lot of respect for them. Does DHS fund a similar organisation?