A federal magistrate urged lawyers in a legal recruitment lawsuit to start focusing more on the facts rather than dwelling on matters of process, suggesting a dust-up over subpoenas issued to law firms was wasting “a lot of time and money.”

U.S. Magistrate Judge Andrew Austin expressed frustration about what he called “game playing” in the case, which involves a Texas recruiter’s trade secret claims against former employee Evan Jowers.

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