First: Simply put, this matter is not ripe for appellate intervention.
For example, Section III.F of the Motion is based upon a provably false factual basis. Appellants argue the Sanctions Order violates Appellants’ counsel’s due process rights because “Defendants’ motion for sanctions did not assert that Appellants lacked standing to bring their suit, as grounds for its sanctions motion” and therefore “Attorney Irion was not given any notice that he might be sanctioned for failing to establish standing.” (Motion at 6.)
Appellants’ Motion, like the original complaint in this case, has no basis in law or fact and is a continued attempt to multiply and unnecessarily prolong these proceedings. The Court’s well-reasoned and well-supported Sanctions Order should be upheld in its entirety, and Appellants’ Motion should be denied.