Judge B1 presided over a trial.  Judge B2 let her know that B2 used to practice with the plaintiff’s law firm, he sat in the jury box during jury selection until B1 asked him to leave, and after the plaintiff obtained a large verdict, he sent B1 a celebratory, emoji-filled email which B1 promptly revealed to the parties and asked B2 to stop sending her communications about the case.  This decision holds that the defendant’s motion to disqualify B1 was properly denied.  She exhibited impartiality and properly rebuffed each of B2’s inappropriate acts and communications as well as promptly revealing the closing email to the parties.  No reasonable person could think B1 was biased.  B2 was another story, but his bias is not imputed to B1.