There's a lawyer in my area that specializes in nasty, brutish and quick evictions. He chargers a flat rate and guarantees the tenant will be gone -usually settling the case. He's the house lawyer for an apartment & landlord association, too. He took a run at me a year ago despite paying my rent early for 10 years. Apparently I had been there too long. Net/net, when I called his bluff, he settled the case with close to years rent + moving costs. I made sure that the owner couldn't blacklist me to tenant screening sites, credit bureau or any future landlord. The settlement required that attorney had to back LL up if asked. He happens to also represent my new LL and has been feeding her information about my old case. Now my LL thinks I'm trouble. Isn't it some sort of misconduct?The case was settled before the 60 day deadline. Even if it hadn't been settled before the 60 day delayed access, the LL would not have known to look for such records. What would have tipped her off to do so? My tenant screen, rental history and credit record are clean - I had them pulled 2 days ago to be sure -there's no record of it. Additionally, the lawyer references it in a letter on her behalf and she reference details not found in the trial record.