Scott McMillan Attorney McMillan Law Firm San Diego / the_mcmillan_law_firm_la_mesa legal malpractice fraud lawsuit
It is very concerning to see Scott_McMillan_attorney_San_Diego was sued by a national law firm for fraud and legal malpractice. Michelle_Volk_attorney_San_Diego was also sued. The court denied a motion to dismiss which looks like set Scott McMillan La Mesa Attorney off in a frenzy to file a pro-per crosscomplaint against the person he allegedly defrauded. Brightwell v. McMillan is pending in San Diego federal court. Allegations of drug use by Scott_McMillan_4670_Nebo_Drive and fraud are concerning for consumers and people have a right to know.
I find it also concerning our tax paying dollars needed to defend a "silly" lawsuit brought by Scott McMillan, The McMillan Law Firm, La Mesa. "This is just silly" judge tells Scott_McMillan_La Mesa, of McMillan_Law_Firm in La Mesa, East of San Diego, during oral argument before the Ninth Circuit in 2017.Despite Scott McMillan, La Mesa, investing hundreds of hours in a case, the judge told him to take the $450 offered by the Government. Imagine that - spending hundreds of hours fighting two cases, appealing, volumes of paper being filed, expenses, time taken away from family all to not get paid. Sounds like two other cases I heard of Scott McMillan La Mesa taking on for free where he was never paid. See video cliip of Scott McMillan being embarrassed https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjCfjHgW-S0
Of course, Scott McMillan, who is also the dean of of his own law school operated out of his small office, which in ten years has not see a student per LawDragon Law School review, lost the "silly" case.
Updated by ScottMcMillanLaMesaAttorney, Sep 09, 2017
I read a vexatious litigant files meritless cases. Scott McMillan La Mesa attorney in San Diego County was told by a federal judge about his lawsuit against the ATF, "This is just silly" judge tells Scott_McMillan_La Mesa, of McMillan_Law_Firm in La Mesa, during oral argument before the Ninth Circuit in 2017. See video clip of what judge says, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjCfjHgW-S0
The Ninth Circuit appellate judge also told Scott McMillan attorney San Diego, the lawsuit was "not based on principle". This causes me a lot of concern why our tax dollars are spent on what sounds like meritless litigation. Michelle Volk attorney San Diego also took part in the case.
I also saw Scott McMillan was called a vexatious litigant in a federal court case in which he lost, appealed and lost again. McMillan v. Weathersby (9th Cir. 2002) 31 F.App'x 371, 374. [Appeal from the United States District Court for the Southern District of California. D.C. No. 95-CV-3934TW(LAB). Thomas J. Whelan, District Judge, Presiding.] “None of the three main episodes that McMillan offers supports granting a mistrial. McMillan first asserts that defense counsel violated the court's in limine ruling barring reference to McMillan as a "vexatious litigant" by referring to McMillan's other lawsuits in his opening statement.”
Scott McMillan attorney San Diego, is also the dean of McMillan Academy of Law which is operated out of his small law office by railroad tracks. But there is not signage saying it is a law school and Law Dragon doesn't show a single law student has attended or graduated, see attached pic. Lycurgan, Inc. v. Todd JonesFiled (ATF Chief), Ninth Cir., Case No. 15-55228, SDCA Case No. 3:14-cv-01424, the court dismissed yet another case of Scott McMillan, where it said, "Accordingly, we dismiss this appeal for lack of jurisdiction. DISMISSED."
I think these are valid concerns about the waste of public dollars going to defend and the court to waste its precious judicial resources on lawsuits brought by Scott McMillan attorney, The McMillan Law Firm, San Diego.