He’s already placed a gag order on the negotiations between Georgia and Florida to settle the long-running legal feud, citing a need to shield the proceedings from a “relentless and ruthless” media.
And now the arbitrator is lashing out at a recent story that detailed how he’s been paid more than $160,000 so far to oversee the case.
From the transcript of his latest conference call:
Georgia can expect to shell out much more for Lancaster’s services. A trial is scheduled to begin October 31 in the presiding judge’s home state of Maine.
Read here for an in-depth look at the water wars.
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