Donald Davidson -- a New Jersey lawyer known for abiding by the rules -- has suddenly found himself the poster boy for defense lawyer stonewalling. His videotaped remarks at a CLE seminar, in which he advocated a "just say no" approach to discovery in nursing home litigation, are being disseminated throughout the country. In addition, a Minnesota plaintiffs lawyer is using Davidson's comments in ATLA lectures as an example of obstructive defense tactics.
Candid Comments About Discovery Bring Lawyer National Notoriety
New Jersey Law Journal
September 21, 2004
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