Many have had the unpleasant experience of coping with an ill-mannered and disrespectful opposing counsel. Unnecessary motions are filed and unfounded allegations are asserted. Relief requested has no basis in fact or law. Temperatures rise. The volume of argument is loud. Your staff and you are upset. What to do?We asked the Emeritus Trustees and here are some recommendations:
- First, address head on any issue raised in specific motions in the case. Promptly respond and advise the Court as to the actual facts and legal standards required not having been set forth in opposing . . .
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