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I don’t recall any other legal-writing article tackling the topic of Judge Lebovits’s latest: Responding to Interrogatories. So if responding to written discovery is something you do from time to time, you may want to read the article—you may pick up a tip or two.
07 March 2012 in Articles by others | Permalink
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Very nice find, Ray. Thanks. Discovery has been a big part of my, well, life. Not much I disagree with in Judge Lebovits's piece. Saving it and we may blog about it.
Dan Hull |
07 March 2012 at 09:35 PM
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