Written and published on 4 October 2016
- THE HIDDEN COST OF FRIVOLOUS LAWSUITS AGAINST FAMILY, FRIENDS AND CO-WORKERS
- THE PROCESS OF ‘DISCLOSURE’ AT THE GRASSROOTS LEVEL
- MURDER, STOCK BROKERS, AND THE LAW
Some say that American law schools today teach their students:
- Do whatever you can get away with legally.
- Look for loopholes.
- If business is slow, look for ways to start frivolous lawsuits against your family and friends; find a way to hide your participation in these lawsuits, through, for example, a class action lawsuit.
But what does instigating frivolous lawsuits against friends and family really mean?
THE HIDDEN COST OF FRIVOLOUS LAWSUITS AGAINST FAMILY, FRIENDS AND CO-WORKERS
Since telepathy is going global these days, especially in family groups, and groups of friends and co-workers, what will take place is the process of disclosure … in other words, the whole family, all our friends, or all our co-workers will be aware of what we have done. Retribution will be swift, in terms of social censure and ostracism from the group we had hoped to surreptitiously attack and fleece.
So, my take on this is, frivolous lawsuits and unethical lawyer behavior will soon be a thing of the past in the United States. It is the first few disclosures that will be the most painful, though, as these will set the stage for a general overall retreat from these unethical legal practices.
THE PROCESS OF ‘DISCLOSURE’ AT THE GRASSROOTS LEVEL
A lot has been written about the process of disclosure as regards the Awakening process now taking place, but none new that it would not be the bigwigs of the world that would suffer. Instead, we are experiencing a grassroots disclosure process starting with the smallest and most deeply human groupings, those of the natal and extended family, the small group of close friends, and the small group of co-workers with whom we associate daily.
MURDER, STOCK BROKERS, AND THE LAW
And in the realm of fiction, there are more flagrant cases of disregard of legal ethics. Take, for instance, the novels of popular murder mystery writer Haughton Murphy (1) …
Link: “Haughton Murphy” at Goodreads … https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/483130.Haughton_Murphy ..
The name ‘Haughton Murphy’ is a pen name used by James H. Duffy, retired from the law firm Cravath, Swaine, and Moore, LLP, which has offices in New York and London (2) …
Link: “Wall Street; A ‘Specialist’ on the Fly-by-Night,” by Diana B. Henriques, 1991 … https://www.nytimes.com/1991/12/01/business/wall-street-a-specialist-on-the-fly-by-nights.html … and Link: “James H. Duffy, Retired Partner, Corporate,” at Cravath, Swaine and Moore LLP … https://www.cravath.com/jhduffy/ ..
… so this well-known writer has in-depth knowledge of the field of law. Altogether, Mr. Murphy has written six Wall Street and corporate acquisition murder mysteries.
Although these accounts are fictional, they do point to the possibility that, given the financial incentive, legal indiscretions as great as murder might be contemplated through an under-the-table alliance between the industries of investment and the law.
In these days of disclosure, however, it is risky to contemplate these sorts of endeavors, for reasons similar to those stated above: social censure, legal reprisal, and possible ostracism from the Bar.
In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
See also … Link: “Amateur Sleuth: The Case of the Phantom Broker,” by Alice B. Clagett, Written on 6 November 2019 … https://wp.me/p2Rkym-eTl ..
P.S. While this blog is about the field of law, the process of disclosure will no doubt be affecting every occupation and every industry as the Awakening unfolds for humankind.
(1) See Link: “Haughton Murphy” at Goodreads … https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/483130.Haughton_Murphy ..
By way of serendipity, I note from the Goodread writeup that Haughton Murphy served for 6 months in the military prior to joining the law firm Cravath, and so it will be clear that he is a patriot as well as a distinguished lawyer.
(2) More serendipity: I was surprised to learn that there is a person with a similar name who actually is a New York stock broker: See Link: “James Duffy,” at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, http://financial-advisors.credio.com/l/289379/James-Duffy … Maybe the lawyer by a similar name knew this broker, and so was able to gain insight into the realm of investments while writing his novels under the pen name Haughton Murphy?
I took a look at the FINRA BrokerCheck Report on the James Duffy who is Executive Vice President of Morgan Stanley’s Riverhead, New York, branch. I noticed there were 7 disclosure events … https://files.brokercheck.finra.org/individual/individual_1652887.pdf ..
I also saw online some news about a lawsuit regarding Puerto Rican Bonds which went ‘belly up’ …
Link: “Investors Sue Morgan Stanley in Puerto Rican Bond Debacle” … [link marked as unsafe]
I guess it may be the same person, as the article speaks of a Riverhead, New York, stock broker employed by Morgan Stanley.
Well, enough idle speculation; there are plenty of James Duffy’s in the world. For instance, there is a James R. Duffy, also an eminent lawyer in New York, who is a Senior Trial Lawyer for the firm Duffy and Duffy … see http://www.duffyduffylaw.com/attorney-profiles/james-r-duffy-esq/ … And I see from the U.S. Census … http://howmanyofme.com/ … that there are 758 people in the United States with the name James Duffy; that will be quite a few.
Link: “Transforming the Earth: A New Paradigm, Disclosure, and Ascension,” by Wes Annac … https://cultureofawareness.com/aquarius-channelings-introduction/transforming-the-earth-a-new-paradigm-disclosure-and-ascension/ ..
Link: “Saturn Retrograde: The Prophecy of the Popes,” by Salvatore Russo … https://spiritofmaat.com/magazine/march-2013-spring-equinox-edition/saturn-retrograde-the-prophecy-of-the-popes/ … See the section “Coming Changes”
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