A lawyer who has been threatened with a sanction from the US Supreme Court for filing an unorthodox petition has responded by proxy to the court, claiming that the bulk of the document was written by his client.
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US Supreme Court, legal sanction, Howard Shipley, Foley & Lardner, misconduct, patent