Once upon a time, there was a big second request at the basement of a top New York firm at the footsteps of the Statute of Liberty. The legendary Pillsbury review took place. 120 plus attorneys in the basement, with intense heat blowers, and a couple of viruses going around. Intense long hours, in which contract attorneys were assigned to go up to the cafeteria by rows to eat a subsidized meal. There, the stooges came to life and formed a fraternity. The lower level basement was run like a fraternity house. Raffled tickets to baseball games, to the World Series, barbeque sauce from Virgil (left overs of a communal meal), drinking in between boxes at the White Horse Tavern and the birth of the famous specialist Special K.
Special K was famous for sleeping a couple or more billable hours and for showing associates in charge the mistakes of fellow reviewers. Such was Special K's wicked behavior that he earned a full time position on the backs of the honest mistakes of many hard working contract personnel whom he embarrassed and back stabbed.
If you are called to go there find out if Special K is running the gig, if so, beware that he delivers low blows and acts out of fear. If you can, stay away from him.