Scott McMillan Law Firm — attorney services by scott mcmillan la mesa
Scott McMillan, attorney San Diego, who operates McMillan Law Firm La Mesa, 4670 Nebo Drive, La Mesa, California, recently lost another case in the California Supreme Court. This most recent case makes it about 102 cases he has filed in state appellate courts, requiring the hard working clerks and judges to sift through his meritless pleadings, and arguments to determine Scott McMillan needs to lose yet another case. Out of 102 cases, he has lost all but a few. Of course call the courts and ask to confirm or do what I did and simply look up his law firm name in each court and see who won. It is truly unfortunate Scott McMillan attorney San Diego can waste so many judicial resources in his effort to try to get the law right - in my own opinion.
I attached a screen shot of the case. I think this is a horrible waste of judicial resources. Courts are over loaded with meritorious cases and it is sad to see how many thousands of hours are spent by the court on cases like those filed by Scott_McMillan_La_Mesa_Attorney that result in losses. In this case, Scott McMillan was up against the San Diego and LA Office of Musick Peeler who are well educated, and very well ranked attorneys, who graduated from high caliber law schools.
In 2017, a 9th Circuit judge called a lawsuit filed by Scott McMillan San Diego Attorney, a "Silly" lawsuit that lacked merit principle. The video clip of the judges comments can be found in this video clip, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjCfjHgW-S0 So unfortunate to have the USA defend volumes of papers filed by The McMillan Law Firm La Mesa, only for the court to call the case "silly."
Wasting judicial resources is concerning for me since courts have limited time to deal with meritorious cases. People who waste judicial resources are known as a vexatious litigant. In yet another case involving Scott McMillan, La Mesa, McMillan v. Weathersby (9th Cir. 2002) 31 F.App'x 371, 374, complained about one of his many losses.
Consumer warning, do your home work before you hire an attorney. Look at a verifiable track record of just not filing cases, but a track record of wins.