Attorneys were blunt during a litigation conference at Duke University School of Law about what they need from judges and opposing counsel to fix trial practice in federal courts.

“We’d all be a lot happier if we had some romancing foreplay pre-trial and left the rough stuff for trial,” said Ariana Tadler, a partner in the New York office Milberg LLP.

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