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Bridgeport Guardians Case: An Intervention Chess Game

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

This third column in a series profiling Bridgeport Guardians v. Delmonte offers unwary lawyers and especially law students an understanding that the depictions of federal courts in hornbooks and by law professors do not reveal the realities confronted by practitioners. Many professors have never stepped foot in a court. Their students are made to focus on opinions and rules of civil procedure, not on what transpired behind them in a given case. Professors cannot teach what they do not know.

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