B&P Code 6128(a) makes it a misdemeanor for an attorney to engage in deceit or collusion with intent to deceive the court or a party.  In this case, the LA and San Francisco district attorneys sued the Potter law firm claiming it engaged in an unlawful business practice in violation of B&P Code 6128(a) and 17200 by filing shakedown ADA lawsuits in federal court against retailers making knowingly false allegations of Article III standing.  This decision holds that while the litigation privilege must give way when another more specific statute would be significantly or wholly inoperable if its enforcement were barred when in conflict with the privilege, that is not true of 17200, at least in this context, because there are other available remedies for 6128(a) violations–either criminal prosecution or State Bar disciplinary proceedings.