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Amy Goodusky: Taking Aim at an Obstinate Opposing Counsel

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


Lately, it seems that there is a lack of collegiality in the profession. When I began practicing, it was possible to forget one's concerns with another's behavior or the dilemma du jour on the courthouse steps, and to adjourn with an opponent for a cup of coffee after having vigorously disputed his position moments earlier.

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