Pitt Takes on Whistleblower Case for Judicial Watchdog

From Courthouse News DETROIT (CN) -- The former head of Michigan's judicial disciplinary board claims he was fired for recommending a formal complaint be filed against a child-jailing judge (Lisa Gorcyca), disagreeing with the view that she is "a good judge who had a bad day." Paul J. Fischer began working for Michigan's Judicial Tenure Commission in January 2001, according to a Wayne County Circuit Court lawsuit he filed Friday against the state and the commission. Fischer is being represented by Pitt McGehee Palmer & Rivers Partner and co-founder, Michael Pitt. Read the entire story here