Attorney's pattern or practice of impeding ethical and orderly administration of justice warranted denial of application to appear pro hac vice (Bybee, J.)
Before: W. FLETCHER, GOULD, and BYBEE, Circuit Judges. Second, the district court also felt that Klayman had filed an incomplete and inaccurate Verified Petition because he had failed to mention "numerous other courts' findings that he is unfit to practice," and the court cited eight cases in which courts had commented on his "inappropriate and unethical behavior." Third, the district court pointed to a Second Circuit decision in which that court dismissed his challenge to the district court's impartiality because it was "insulting and smacked of intimidation." MacDraw, Inc. v. CIT Grp. Equip. Fin., Inc., 138 F.3d 33, 38 (2d Cir. 1998). The district court then observed that Bundy recently filed a "similar" civil suit against the district judge individually, President Obama, and Senator Harry Reid, alleging a conspiracy. See Bundy v. Obama, No. 2:16-cv-1047-JCM- GWF (D. Nev. dismissed with prejudice Oct. 12, 2016). The district court thus argued that it did not abuse its discretion because Klayman's record shows a "total disregard for the judicial process" and his admission pro hac vice would thus "impede the orderly administration of justice."