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Years from now, when appellate attorneys reminisce about the good old days of 2006, two memories in particular are likely to stand out. First, 2006 was the year in which a new Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure took effect to allow citation of unpublished and nonprecedential federal court rulings. And second, 2006 was the year that 3rd Circuit Judge Samuel A. Alito Jr. became an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.

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