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Witness Can Change His Testimony (access required)

A witness who wants to make substantial changes to his deposition testimony may do so, a Roanoke federal judge has ruled. But the opposing side may reopen the deposition for further questioning and the witness must pay for the additional ...

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Trends 2002 (access required)

Now is the time to pick up the glass, peer through it, darkly, and determine the trends and issues to watch in the coming year. The glass on several points is a little darker this year than usual — for ...

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Hearsay (access required)

Opera fans take their opera seriously. If you don’t believe that, read on. There’s a case this week, Mills v. Steger, (VLW 002-3-007) that is basically an employment case. Public employee sues superiors for firing him and loses. That quick ...

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