Regarding Civil Procedures in Pennsylvania. I am an expert in a very unique field. A R&D company wined, dined and hired me using a tremendously large compensation. After helping them learn how to take R&D into production, they decided that they had learned enough and terminated me "without cause". To add insult to injury, they filed a Stipulated Injunction order basically keeping me from working in the field that I developed for over 30 years. The avers are so bizarre, any lay person would be surprised that they were admitted by any court. However, the court is in a very "fraternal", affluent and dark community. It has become impossible for me as an "outsider" to keep any attorney. They start with gusto, but are quickly intimidated by the court and the Plaintiffs attorney. I am now attempting to go pro se. The plaintiffs beliefs, fears and avers are only that and there are no facts. My most recent attorney has just removed himself from the case immediately after the Plaintiffs Attorney submitted a Second Motion to Compel and find in Contempt for further unsubstantiated claims. The entire case is frivolous and malicious. This Second Motion was conveniently submitted after 20 months of NO ACTIVITY on this case. I now need to know which Motions I should persue first with a Hearing scheduled for two weeks from today. I am considering filing the following: A Motion for Dismissal, A Motion for Discovery, A Motion for Further Explanation, A Motion for Production of Documents and Things, a Writ of Certoria to the President Judge. Please let me know which you think should come first, second, etc. to try to get this malicious proceeding withdrawn or delayed. By the way, I lived in Ohio when hired by the company in PA. I was initially served while I still resided in PA and now live back in Ohio.