I'm inclined to question the fitness to practice law of my friend Matthew S. Lerner, Esq. of the New York Civil Law blawg.
Today, he announced a no-fault-based song parody contest. He also points out that Deney Terrio's last name rhymes with the last name of former NYS Insurance Department Superintendent Gregory V. Serio (as in Med. Soc'y v. Serio, 100 N.Y.2d 854 (2003)). I'm a bit frightened to even mention that he (allegedly) makes something else rhyme with the last name of Dr. Robert Chandran Mallela, M.D. (as in State Farm v. Mallela, 4 N.Y.3d 313 (2005)).
I may just close down this blog entirely if anyone starts rhyming Frances J. Roggio (as in Roggio v. Nationwide Mut. Ins. Co., 66 N.Y.2d 260 (1985)); Karen DeGuisto (as in Presbyterian Hosp. a/a/o DeGuisto v. Maryland Cas. Co., 90 N.Y.2d 274 (1997)); or Pamela Mandresh (as in Central Gen. Hosp. a/a/o Mandresh v. Chubb Group of Ins. Cos., 90 N.Y.2d 195 (1997)).
Which Judicial District's Grievance Committee should I be contacting for Matthew? ;)