Excerpts: This case is deceptively simple. Stripped to its essentials, it is an accounting case, albit one with an overlay of fraud, deception, and self-dealing on the part of plaintiff Marc Schaffel. To say that Schaffel is an unsavory character would be an understatement. He is a professional swindler and Continue Reading
Just as I suspected, the media — particularly those who were pro-prosecution– STILL appear to be in denial about the trial. There were at least 2 mentions today on MSNBC about this being the 1 year anniversary of Jackson’s acquittal. And both times they didn’t talk about the trial at Continue Reading
[b]Attorney to the Stars Says It’s His Pro Bono That’s Most Exciting[/b] By Mike McKee When he had the chance, Thomas Mesereau Jr. didn’t brag about his successes in defending pop star Michael Jackson or former television actor Robert Blake. Instead, he talked about the joys of doing pro bono work. The partner from Los Angeles-based Collins, Mesereau, Reddock & Yu was the featured speaker on June 6 at the Beverly Hills Bar Association’s 52nd annual California Supreme Court luncheon, and regaled the huge crowd at the swanky Beverly Hills Hotel with stories about doing pro bono work in the ghettos of L.A. and on death row in Mississippi.