I don't often fix people up but could Philadelphia attorney Brian M. Puricelli and "heroes" at Forge Consulting be a match made in in "haeven" (sic)?
What do they have in common you ask? How about typing with their fists for one?!
According today's report by Shannon P. Duffy in The Legal Intelligencer United States District Court Judge William Ditter, Jr. spent 3 pages describing the errors made in a post trial pleading by Puricelli in McKenna v City of Philadelphia which included mispellings such as "plaintf", "mocong papers" , "attoreys, "Ubited States" and all sorts of other mistakes. Apparently even the corrected version had errors. Seems like this is not the first time. In February 2004, in the matter of Devore v City of Philadelphia, US Magistrate Judge Jacob P. Hart slated Puricelli for "complete lack of care in his written product shows disrespect for the court. "His errors, not just typographical, caused the court a considerable amount of work. Hence, a substantial reduction (in fees) is in order." Click here for the March 4, 2004 New York TImes write up on Purricelli in that case
In July 2006 Pennsylvania Association for Justice "hero" Forge Consulting added to its notoriety by distributing this brochure Download FORGEBrochure.pdf at the Annual Meeting of Assocation of Trial Lawyers of America (hereinafter " The Plantiff Brochure"). Forge apparently perceived that so many trial lawyers were wowed by their "spelling accuracy and proofreading prowess" that they decided preserve their investment and further distribute "The Plantiff Brochure" at the 2007 Winter Meetings of the American Association For Justice (AAJ).
"How Could You Be So Careless?" Amos Lee