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This order is from the USDC for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in June 2005 where Berg got caught with his hand in the cookie jar. The judge was not impressed with Mr Berg, ESQ.Pursuant to Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, it is FURTHER ORDERED that:(1) Judgment is entered against Defendant Philip J. Berg and in favor of Third Party Defendants in the amount of $10,668.78, representing the attorneys’ fees and costs incurred by Third Party Defendants through May 9, 2005;(2) Within ninety (90) days of the date of this Order, Defendant Philip J. Berg shall complete six (6) credits of ethics courses certified by the Pennsylvania Board of Continuing Legal Education. Immediately thereafter, Defendant shall file a written certification with this Court or the court which, on that date, may have jurisdiction over this matter, verifying that he has completed said course work;(3) The Clerk of the Court shall forward a copy of this Order and the accompanying Memorandum to the:Pennsylvania Bar AssociationCommittee on Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibilityc/o Louise Lamoreaux100 South StreetP.O. Box 186Harrisburg, PA 17108-0186in order that the Committee may investigate claims against Mr. Berg under Rule 3.1 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Professional Conduct;[/break1]paed.uscourts.gov/documents/opinions/05d0679p.pdf]http://www.paed.uscourts.gov/documents/ ... d0679p.pdfJudge Joyner is taking senior status effective May 1, 2013.[/break1]uscourts.gov/JudgesAndJudgeships/JudicialVacancies/FutureJudicialVacancies.aspx]http://www.uscourts.gov/JudgesAndJudges ... ncies.aspxYou gave it a good shot Judge. Unfortunately some people are incorrigible.