Brown-Younger v., No. 12 C 1979, Slip Op. (N.D. Ill. June 12, 2012) (Shadur, Sen. J.).

Judge Shadur ordered that pro se plaintiff’s counsel be terminated and that counsel respond to plaintiff’s motion for sanctions to the extent it related to him.  The Court reasoned that the plaintiff’s sanctions motion evidenced a desire to fire counsel, and obliged her.  But in light of plaintiff’s charges against both of her lawyers in her two ongoing cases in the Northern District, the Court declined to appoint new counsel.