OA514: I Love It When A Plan Comes Together

Today’s episode tracks recent developments in the two major stories we covered recently: last Friday’s Episode 512 regarding the ongoing quest to hold lawyers accountable for the (nonsense) lawsuits they file, and Tuesday’s Episode 513 about the California v. Activision Blizzard lawsuit.

We begin with an Andrew Was Wrong about language and then describe the developments since the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing sued Activision Blizzard for allegations of widespread discrimination in the workplace. Learn what the Activision employees are demanding and other efforts for activism surrounding the lawsuit.

After that, it’s time to check in on the effect that a late-breaking sanctions order in Colorado may have on the Kraken sanction hearings we know and love. Join us as we break it down for you!


  1. Click here for the Judge’s Order granting sanctions in O’Rourke et al. v. Dominion Voting Systems et al. (D. Colo.).
  2. King v. Whitmer docs: (a) transcript of the sanctions hearing. (b) Detroit’s reply brief; (c) Lin Wood’s reply brief; (d) Emily Newman’s reply brief; (e) Donald Campbell’s reply brief on behalf of Sidney Powell, Howard Kleinhendler and others; and (f) Gov. Whitmer’s reply brief.


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