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Email Doesn’t Satisfy ‘Meet & Confer’ Rule (access required)

A lawyer’s email directing opposing counsel to “read the rule,” when asked about an alleged Rule 26 discovery violation, was “unprofessional and unwarranted” and did not meet the requirement that counsel “meet and confer” prior to taking a dispute before the judge, said an Alexandria U.S. District Court. Plaintiff claims she could have fulfilled the essential ...

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