By Professor Nancy Rapoport
You know that you’re about to read an in-depth sanctions opinion when the first two paragraphs read:
Frustration and disappointment.
I cannot go into the factual and legal discussion of the above cases without experiencing frustration and disappointment upon the conduct of counsel for the debtors in the above cases. When I was an attorney, I would have flinched if I thought I missed a single deadline. I would melt if I even came close to doing something that might have caused a client's . . .
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