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February 25, 2008

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» Stewart Weltman: Lean, mean, worth reading and watching. from What About Clients?
Re: our SLM (Federal Courts) series, see Stewart Weltman's Lean and Mean Litigation and a piece on a subject of interest to us: discovery done right, which good judges and their clerks don't always have a perfect handle on. We'd... [Read More]

» Stewart Weltman: Lean, mean, worth reading and watching. from What About Clients?
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