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.