From Judge Barbour’s courtroom, the roving band of lawyers associated with disgraced felon lawyer Dickie Scruggs have now been disqualified from representation in yet another case . . . State Farm v. Shows. This is the RICO case and one of the last surviving pieces of litigation that the motley crew was still able to work on.
Judge Barbour’s order is pretty similar to those from Judges Senter and Ozerden that have come in the last few days.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the Barrett Law Office, P.A., Nutt & McAlister, P.L.L.C., the Lovelace Law Firm, P.A., Hesse & Butterworth, P.L.L.C., the Katrina Litigation Group, and all
lawyers associated with these entities, including John Crongeyer and Charles Barrett who have been admitted pro hac vice, are hereby disqualified from representing any plaintiff in this case.