It’s interesting that Kirby is no longer listed on the Minerva & D’Agostino website. The firm’s contract may not be the only one that was terminated. I hope Kirby does not have children. They’d take a lot of grief over this, and they’d still have to live with Kirby. It’s a pretty vile rant.
By Pushkin on 2013 07 09, 2:32 pm CST
I wonder how many consecutive days he billed without sleep just before they sent him to cover this meeting.
By B. McLeod on 2013 07 09, 5:35 pm CST
I have to agree w/ McLeod on this one. This just says so much about the values of our profession. Kirby was, up until five minutes ago, one of the golden boys of the legal profession - one of the individuals who actually had a job. Meanwhile, those who don’t use foul language and offend everyone and represent their clients horribly can’t even get employed.
By The Values of the Profession on 2013 07 10, 2:06 am CST
@ 3: Blame TV. A lot of clients now expect trial attorneys particularly to behave like proverbial pit-bulls.
By BMF on 2013 07 10, 9:32 am CST
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