On Tuesday February 28, 2012 US District Court Judge Richard J. Leon granted defendant Lawrence W. Sinclair’s Motion To Dismiss in Daniel Parisi et al v Lawrence W. Sinclair et al 10-CV-00897-RJL in The United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
On Friday March 2, 2012 Judge Leon entered a Minute Order noting that the Cross-Claims filed by Defendant Barnes & Noble and Barnesandnoble.com were dismissed as of March 31, 2011 as “moot.”
U.S. District Court
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The following transaction was entered on 03/02/2012 at 11:07:21 AM EDT and filed on 03/02/2012
|Case Name:||PARISI et al v. SINCLAIR et al|
MINUTE ORDER, It is hereby ORDERED that as of March 31, 2011, any and all claims filed by Barnes & Noble have been dismissed as MOOT. Directed by Judge Richard J. Leon on 3/2/2012. (kc )
This leaves Sinclair Publishing, Inc. (which has since been dissolved) as the only remaining Defendant in Parisi et al v Sinclair et al. The law prohibits Larry from being able to represent Sinclair Publishing, Inc (SPI) and therefore we are in need of a Washington, DC barred Attorney who would agree to enter an appearance on behalf of Sinclair Publishing, Inc. The Attorney could simply enter his/her appearance and notify the Court they “adopt” Lawrence W. Sinclair’s Motion to Dismiss as SPI’s thereby allowing the Court to rule as to Sinclair Publishing, Inc.
In the late summer & early fall of 2010 when Larry moved from Port Orange, FL to the DC area in hopes of finding legal representation, many good attorney’s said Sinclair had a good case but that they simply could not take on what was sure to be a situation where Parisi counsel would flood them with non-stop paper motions for the purpose of running up a significant expense to anyone representing Sinclair. We believe that is no longer the case, especially if the Attorney was to simply adopt Sinclair’s Motion to Dismiss as that of Sinclair Publishing, Inc.
Any DC Attorney willing to assist in this matter can contact Mr. Sinclair at email@example.com