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Edward McNally

Courts hate disputes over pretrial discovery. Not only do those disputes often involve detailed factual arguments, but they are usually boring. It is no fun to review multiple document requests or interrogatories that have been responded to with vague, repetitive objections that take hours to sort out. While there are special discovery masters that might be appointed to take a first shot at resolving those disputes, too often that just postpones, but does not avoid the need for court involvement.

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