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Is Lynne C. Hermle guilty of malpractice?

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On Feb 26, 1999, Lynne C. Hermle et al., of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe filed a SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation) in Santa Clara County Superior Court, California intending to silence one Internet critic of its clients: Varian (VAR & VSEA), Susan B. Felch & George Zdasiuk. After more than two-years of remarkably acrimonious litigation, more than 10,000 Internet messages critical of the SLAPP have been posted, a $50,000,000 class-action Cross-Complaint has been filed that has survived demurrers, and a Special Motion to Strike as a SLAPP is pending in the Cal Appeals Court.
Seems to me that Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in general, and Lynne Hermle in particular has FAILED miserably and has caused undue publicity for its clients. Should Hermle and her international law firm be held accountable by the stockholders of these two publicly traded companies?

Here is a link to provide background information: http://www.geocities.com/mobeta_inc/slapp/slapp.html
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