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Rowe Entertainment v. William Morris Agency et al. (98-8272) -- Order from Judge Patterson Reprimanding Leonard Rowe [June 12, 2012]

Rowe Entertainment v. William Morris Agency et al. (98-8272) -- Order from Judge Patterson Reprimanding Leonard Rowe [June 12, 2012]

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Can you believe this judge? After ignoring substantial evidence of racial discrimination and anticompetitive exclusionary conduct seven years ago so that he could rule in favor of William Morris and CAA, Patterson has the audacity to write an Order chastising Rowe while he takes his sweet ass time to make a ruling on whether to reinstate his case given that all FOUR of Rowe's former attorneys have lied under oath about the existence of hundreds of emails that were discovered containing "nigger" and other racially derogatory terms. How coincidental is it that both of these adverse decisions were made on the same day?
Can you believe this judge? After ignoring substantial evidence of racial discrimination and anticompetitive exclusionary conduct seven years ago so that he could rule in favor of William Morris and CAA, Patterson has the audacity to write an Order chastising Rowe while he takes his sweet ass time to make a ruling on whether to reinstate his case given that all FOUR of Rowe's former attorneys have lied under oath about the existence of hundreds of emails that were discovered containing "nigger" and other racially derogatory terms. How coincidental is it that both of these adverse decisions were made on the same day?

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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTSOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
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ROWE ENTERTAINMENT, et al.Plaintiffs, -against THE WILLIAM MORRIS AGENCY INC., et al.Defendants.
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ROBERT
P.
PATTERSON, JR., U.S.D.J.
On Saturday, June
8,
2012, the Court received an e-mail sent by Plaintiff Leonard Rowe("Plaintiff') with a letter attached addressed to Michael Zweig. Esq.
of
Loeb
&
Loeb, LLP datedJune 4, 2012. On June 9, 2012, the Court received an additional e-mail from Plaintiff with aletter attached addressed to Jeffrey Klein, Esq.
of
Wei
1,
Gotshal
&
Magnes, LLP dated June 4,2012. The letters demand the withdrawal
of
affidavits filed in a case closed by judgmentsentered by the Court on February 7, 2005. (ECF No. 676, 678.) Plaintiffs' appeal was denied bythe United States Court
of
Appeals for the Second Circuit. (ECF No. 745.)Plaintiff is reminded the only matter that the Court has under consideration is his motionunder Rule 60(b)
of
the Federal Rules
of
Civil Procedure to reopen the case which was closed onFebruary
7,
2005, based on his claim
of
newly discovered favorable evidence which certainattorneys representing him failed to disclose to Plaintiffs, or to other counsel representingPlaintiffs during the prior litigation.Since
Plaintiffs
motion under Rule 60(b) has not been granted, Plaintiff has no standingat this time to try to use court procedures to further his cause or for discovery purposes.Accordingly, the e-mailed letters to Weil, Gotshal & Magnes, LLP and Loeb & Loeb, LLP aredeemed a nullity and will not be considered by the Court. Plaintiff Leonard Rowe
is
being98 CV 8272 (RPP)
ORDER

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