Scott McMillan San Diego attorney with an office in La Mesa, California, lost his attorney fee motion for over a half million dollars. Of course, verify this by reviewing the court record. Scott McMillan, Michelle Volk ( Michelle Volk is now employed at John W. Howard San Diego attorney) and the McMillan Law Firm , La Mesa, crew made the request to the Superior Court in Ozzie MANCINELLI, an individual, Plaintiff, v. Kathleen, 2004 WL 5351882:
Scott McMillan suffered a major loss. Now, the only person who works at the fledgling law firm nestled in a rundown office 30 feet from the train tracks in east San Diego is Scott McMillan. San Diego attorney Scott McMillan suffered yet another major loss where he asked a San Diego Superior Court judge for attorney fees in a different case. The judge denied that request too, see below.
Incredibly Scott McMillan La Mesa has another pending case in front of the same judge years later where he first filed a lawsuit in federal court, lost, then filed the identical lawsuit in state court. The focal point of Scott McMillan’s lawsuit was to have multiple websites remove a report naming his involvement in child molestation. The report is a public record in San Diego Superior Court Case No. 37-2017-0036344.
Scott McMillan is up against savvy Los Angeles law firms who do not take prisoners and all of the attorneys attended good, fully accredited law schools, unlike Scott McMillan who attended a non-ABA, or even WASC accredited, law school operated in a strip mall behind a Ford Dealership. The law firms asked the court to issue a stay in the identical lawsuit since Scott McMillan La Mesa attorney is now appealing the dismissal of a RICO federal lawsuit. Despite Scott McMillan’s best efforts to oppose the motion for a stay, the court did what it routinely does – ignore Scott McMillan, and did so by issuing a stay.