Assume the legal lotus position and imagine a happy place. What greater nirvana could there be than the disgruntled former employee of an opposing party? Gruntled or not, a high priority of any good discovery plan should be to identify and interview former employees as quickly as possible, before the other side can neutralize or co-opt them. But there’s a problem.

DISAGREEMENT ON PROPRIETY OF EX PARTE CONTACT

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