Just trying to read through Judge Cote’s decision in Trepel v. Dippold, published in today’s NYJL reminds me of law school. Here’s what I get out of it. Trepel is suing the law firm because he thinks they helped one Diop to get paintings out of the district before Trepel could execute upon them to satisfy a debt. The case goes on, and Trepel wants to add Beldock, named partner, and husband to Dippold to the case based upon a “misrepresentation” made in court. Judge Cote denies his motion to add.