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Don’t Go Breaking My Heart: Cite Only to the Best Sources in Your Brief

October 11, 2022 (2 min read)

Right from the start, the clerk reading the legal argument in your brief is waiting to see whether you can support your arguments with the law. And nobody knows it like Jim Wagstaffe. In this practice note on making and opposing motions for discovery sanctions, you can click directly through to the Wagstaffe Practice Guide: Federal Civil Procedure Before Trial for the citations you need to carry your strongest arguments.

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