By Professor Nancy Rapoport
How many times have you wanted to reach across the table at a deposition and strangle the opposing counsel? You know that you can’t, in part because strangulation violates the ethics rule that says you can’t commit criminal acts,1 and in part because there’s no good way to bill your client for the time you’ll spend dealing with the criminal justice system. So you just sit there, fuming at . . .
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