Thursday, April 20, 2017

Jackson v. Mayweather (Cal. Ct. App. - April 19, 2017)

I'm confident that LA. attorney Michael Maroko cares more about the substance of this opinion than its caption.  Particularly since it concerns one of the firm's (many) high-profile clients; in this case, [litigation against] Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

Still, I'm confident that Mr. Maroko -- alongside his partner, Gloria Allred -- hope that the Court of Appeal spells the name of their firm correctly.  For the record, it's "Allred Maroko & Goldberg," not the "Allred Markoko & Goldberg" listed in the opinion.

Not the first time this has happened, I might add.  Either in the Court of Appeal or elsewhere.

POSTSCRIPT - Not surprisingly, Mr. Maroko's firm represented the woman suing Mr. Mayweather, not Mr. Mayweather.