When a judge issues a 28-page opinion sanctioning a lawyer, usually that means that the lawyer has done so many things wrong that he or she has caused the judge to roll up his or her respective sleeves (probably shirt-sleeves, although the image of robe-sleeves also works for me) to deal with the mess. And in Shiheiber v. J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., Case No. A160188, Cal. Ct. App., July 26, 2022, that’s exactly what the court did.1
After the trial court . . .
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