Beach Boys Attys Rip DQ Bid As Public Embarrassment Tactic

Law360 (July 13, 2020, 5:51 PM EDT) -- Beach Boys lead singer Michael Love and his lawyers at Greenberg Traurig have shot back at a disqualification bid from two attorneys fighting over a fee arrangement, calling the arguments "virtually incomprehensible," "salacious" and aimed at public embarrassment.

In a pair of response briefs filed Friday in Nevada federal court, Love's counsel and attorneys representing Greenberg Traurig LLP argued that the allegations in the disqualification request amount to "bitter and irrelevant gossip and speculation" and are merely a tactical attempt to gain a leg up in the contract dispute.

"These allegations hardly even attempt to show a basis [for] disqualification; they only attempt to publicly...

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