FSBIC v. Intercapital Corp. of Oregon
In FSBIC v. Intercapital Corp. of Oregon, 108 Wn.2d 324, 738 P.2d 263 (1987), the Supreme Court of Washington adopted this view, with the following quote:
"A motion to disqualify should be made with reasonable promptness after a party discovers the facts which lead to the motion. This court will not allow a litigant to delay filing a motion to disqualify in order to use the motion later as a tool to deprive his opponent of counsel of his choice after substantial preparation of a case has been completed. Central Milk Producers Coop. v. Sentry Food Stores, Inc., 573 F.2d 988, 992 (8th Cir. 1978)."