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Goofy Lawyer question

Goofy lawyer has a corporation named after himself as his law firm, called ''Goofy Lawyer PA and associates LLC''

Attorneys fees are awarded to the Goofy lawyer as sanctions against the defendant.

Defendant try's to get attorney fees dismissed, because the Goofy lawyer is a ''pro se Plaintiff'' suing for himself.

Goofy lawyer tells the Judge that the corporation ''he owns alone'' has to be represented by an attorney and that he is it . he said this gives him the right to collect attorneys as sanctions awarded by the court.

Goofy Lawyer admits during court that he didn't pay him self for the time he has spent as an attorney for his own firm in an effort to compel discovery.

Now Goofy is trying to claim ''Attorney Client Privileges'' . can he do that?

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Goofy lawyer may have waived his privilege by making such a statement, and if the statement was "Spontaneous" in the court room it be interrupted as a "Res Gusti Statement" and be admissible.

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Mickey Mouse
Gary Wait wrote:

Goofy lawyer may have waived his privilege by making such a statement, and if the statement was "Spontaneous" in the court room it be interrupted as a "Res Gusti Statement" and be admissible.

He submitted a motion for protection, it's in writing. He didn't want to show proof that he had ''paid himself'' for time spent compelling discovery.

He didn't want to have to show proof, because there was NONE!
 
He later admitted during court that he had not paid himself for time spent in his effort to compel discovery against me.


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