Subtle Bonanno Misrepresentation
In an attempt to get records in the case, Justin Bonanno served a subpoena seeking any and all records from Airbnb related to a property.
Fair enough, as litigants can be served subpoenas by the other side absent court approval.
Ganfer, via Bonanno, however, added another person's name to the requested list from Airbnb, a non-litigant by calling that non-litigant a representative of a party to the case.
NOTE: that Eric Richmond is not a party. Further review of the misleading subpoena gives no proof that Richmond is the agent of any litigant. CLOWN's counsel shouldn't have done this. BAAAD!
Likely as soon as the subpoena was served on Airbnb, and certainly, as soon as it was placed on the docket, Ganfer committed a Judiciary Law 487 violation subjecting Bonanno, and Ganfer, to treble damages.
A review of the docket shows that CLOWN attorneys have regularly made misrepresentations to the court of material issues that counsel for the opposition, in a show of quite a good temperament, has not pummeled the clowns with regularly.
One wonders if a non-party being subjected to the Ganfer/Bonanno malfeasances will be quite so kind.