“Each lawyer has knowingly ‘engaged in illegal conduct that adversely reflects on the lawyer’s honesty, trustworthiness of fitness as a lawyer,’ ‘engaged in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation,’ ‘engaged in conduct that is prejudicial to the administration of justice,’ ‘knowingly assist[ed] a judge or judicial officer in conduct that is a violation of applicable rules of judicial conduct or other law,’ and/or ‘engage[d] in any other conduct that adversely reflects on the lawyer’s fitness as a lawyer.’ Rule 8.4 (b), (c), (d), (f) and (h). “

Source: Plaintiff’s March 17, 2014 Fraud Upon the Court Motion, pg. 86.

What effect does spending so much time absorbed in watching television have on our spiritual development?

Source: “12 Little Known Ways that Television Stifles Grwoth.” The Mind Unleashed. September 12, 2014. http://themindunleashed.org/2014/09/12-little-known-ways-television-stifles-spiritual-awakening.html.

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“A lawyer shall not ‘suppress evidence that the lawyer or client has a legal obligation to reveal,’ ‘conceal of knowingly fail to disclose that which the lawyer is required by law to reveal,’ ‘knowingly use perjured testimony or false evidence’ or ‘knowingly engage in other illegal conduct or conduct contrary to these Rules.’ (emphasis added) See Rule 3.4 (a)(1), (3), (4) and (6).”

As the only attorney to be involved in both cases, Michael P. Zweig had the opportunity to withdraw from representing William Morris in Washington given that he was previously involved in a corrupt conspiracy to engage in “fraud upon the Court” in Rowe, which included conspiring to ensure that the class of black concert promoters would believe that no derogatory terms were found during e-discovery and that if they did find out the truth, “Exhibit 31” would not be deemed admissible in their case and the underlying e-mails would never be produced.

“A lawyer shall not ‘counsel a client to engage, or assist a client, in conduct that the lawyer knows is illegal or fraudulent.’ Rule 1.2 (d). Various lawyers, including Christian Carbone, Jessica Lee and Michael Barnett, had the opportunity to ‘refuse to aid or participate in conduct that the lawyer believe[d] to be unlawful,’ but chose to aid and abet in Michael P. Zweig, Loeb & Loeb LLP and William Morris’ unlawful acts anyway [and have become unjustly enriched as a result]. Rule 1.2 (f). “

If both the American Arbitration Association and Southern District of New York are going to ignore the pyramid of unrefuted evidence supporting my claims of intentional systemic disparate treatment, disparate impact and conspiracy to maintain a race-based monopoly throughout meaningful positions in Hollywood, then I have every right to appeal to the Second Circuit given that this is an employment discrimination/civil rights case and my claims also include pre-hiring individual disparate treatment.