Be careful what you ask for, the old saying goes, because you just might get it.

That aphorism was perhaps ringing all too true recently for a group of Philadelphia lawyers who had been hoping an appeals court would overturn a federal judge’s 2007 decision that sanctioned and sharply chastised them for using litigation tactics that, in the judge’s view, were designed to “frustrate” and “impede” the discovery process.

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