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Judge to lawyer suing Uber: Stop filing in California

Posted By Administration, Thursday, October 15, 2015

On-demand startups are angry with labor attorney Shannon Liss-Riordan for suing them, and they’re trying anything to stop her.

 

One of these startups, laundry service Washio, has argued to a court that while Liss-Riordan has filed several lawsuits in California, she’s not actually licensed to practice there (she’s based in Massachusetts). San Francisco Superior Court Judge Harold Kahn told her on Friday that she wasn’t eligible for admission pro hac vice because she is “regularly engaged in substantial legal activities in California,” according to The Recorder. Admission pro hac vice is usually granted to an attorney who may not be licensed to practice in a particular state but requests for an exception to represent a client in that jurisdiction.

 

Read the whole story at Fortune

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