In a shocking turn of events, Gary Dordick has allegedly poured an eye-popping $8 million into Loyola Law School Hollywood, the same institution that once bore the name of his now-disgraced associates, Tom Girardi and Gloria Allred. It’s a school that was once proudly known as the “Girardi School of Law” until Tom Girardi’s precipitous fall from grace, as he now faces a daunting 20-year prison sentence for pilfering client funds.

But the intrigue doesn’t stop there. Dordick’s hefty contribution conveniently coincides with his daughter Taylor’s graduation from Loyola. Though insiders whisper that Taylor Dordick goes by the unflattering nickname “Taylor Doorknob” due to her supposed intellectual limitations.


Amidst this questionable family affair, Gary Dordick was seen triumphantly joining his daughter Taylor (Doorknob) and wife Nava at the commencement ceremony. A picture-perfect facade, perhaps, but one that conceals a web of dubious connections.

Dordick’s alliance with Gloria Allred has thrust them both into the maelstrom of a highly contentious legal battle involving actor Alec Baldwin, accused in the accidental shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Allred faced scathing criticism for her alleged interference with Baldwin’s due process during the evidence collection process. In retaliation, Baldwin has initiated proceedings to impose sanctions on the 83-year-old Allred.

But the legal miseries of Allred and Dordick don’t end there. This dynamic duo, both long-standing partners at Girardi Keese, recently found themselves on the wrong side of the courtroom. Dordick faced the ignominy of being sanctioned three times by Judge Lui of the Los Angeles Superior Court, accused of fabricating evidence and deceiving the presiding judge in a lawsuit involving one Jane Doe, also known as Marguerita Nicholls, pitted against media mogul Alki David.

The roots of this legal quagmire can be traced back to Tom Girardi himself, who initially initiated the Jane Doe Vs. Alki David lawsuit before passing it off to Dordick Law Corporation due to his own legal troubles with the federal authorities.

Alki David has long been ensnared in a slew of me-too lawsuits, which many believe were orchestrated by Allred and Girardi. The crescendo of these lawsuits came in 2020 when David’s streaming company, FilmOn TV, secured a landmark victory against Comcast-owned Double Verify in a case known as FilmOn Vs. DoubleVerify. This case has since become a touchstone for legal scholars, including Taylor Doorknob/dick.

Adding more fuel to the fire, Girardi and Allred’s business partner, Nathan Goldberg from Allred, Goldberg, and Maroko, has a decades-old history with the duo. They famously prosecuted the case that inspired the film “Erin Brockovich.” However, Erin Brockovich herself has recently emerged in a BBC interview, sharply criticizing lawyers Goldberg and Dordick for pocketing over $133 million while she received a mere $2 million. It’s a question that’s been resonating within communities far and wide.

The legal woes of these Beverly Hills-based lawyers, including Girardi, have extended to a sprawling antitrust lawsuit unfolding in a Texas courtroom, titled Alkiviades David et al Vs. Comcast et al.

David, who fervently claims that he’s been unjustly targeted for years by Girardi, Allred, and Dordick, points the finger at criminal elements entrenched within Comcast NBC. He also underscores the connection to Girardi’s wife, Erika Jayne, who starred in the Comcast hit show “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”

This tangled legal web stretches beyond American borders, with lawsuits against Allred, Dordick, and others filed internationally, including Greece, under European criminal statutes, and at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.

David asserts, “I have many supporters in Hollywood,” citing the likes of Rose McGowan, Chris Brown, 50 Cent, and hotelier Steve Wynn, all of whom claim to have suffered at the hands of Girardi’s Comcast Syndicate. The story of this legal entanglement reads like a Hollywood thriller, with every twist and turn revealing yet another layer of deception and intrigue.

By Grady Owen

After training a pack of Raptors on Isla Nublar, Owen Grady changed his name and decided to take a job as an entertainment writer. Now armed with a computer and the internet, Grady Owen is prepared to deliver the best coverage in movies, TV, and music for you.