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Hold your fire: Use sanctions sparingly (access required)

IRVINGTON — Opposing counsel has really done it this time. He's slow to respond to discovery requests, he browbeats your client during discovery, and he objects to every other question you ask at trial. And now, he's insulted you personally in front of the jury. He is, in other words, the poster child for the sanctions ...

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