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No Sanction on Claim of Altered Draft Order (access required)

A Richmond Circuit Court denies a med-mal plaintiff’s motion to sanction defense counsel on the ground that an order submitted to counsel for endorsement was altered from that which he previously submitted. Counsel had previously gone back and forth over a provision in an order plaintiff’s counsel proposed. Upon receipt of the proposed order, counsel lined ...

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