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"Ms. Bloor, before coming in here today, what did you read or skim to get ready?" Often the best documents--and certainly often the most interesting ones--are documents that are not produced before or during a deposition, like handwritten records that..."Ms. Bloor, before coming in here today, what...
Full Ajudication: Expensive but American. For an unusually good explanation of why Americans historically have resisted arbitration and other ADR, see the op-ed piece by Stanford law professor Amalia Kessler entitled "Stuck in Arbitration", which appeared earlier this week in...Full Ajudication:...
Via Ray Ward at his always-superb the (new) legal writer comes a nicely done nuts-and-bolts resource for answering written interrogatories by Manhattan's Judge Gerald Lebovits which appeared in the January 2012 New York State Bar Association Journal. Bravo....Via Ray Ward at his always-superb the...
There has been no illustrious captain who did not possess taste and a feeling for the heritage of the human mind. At the root of Alexander's victories one will always find Aristotle. --Charles de Gaulle, Army of the Future... There has been no illustrious captain who did not possess taste and a...
What does it take be a great trial lawyer, anyway? Nashville's John Day may have the answer. No surprise to us that fellow Midwesterner Day ended up here. Tennessee is the warrior-breeding Volunteer State. It hatches, and attracts, both... What does it take be a great trial lawyer, anyway? ...