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Trial lawyers have limited opportunities to learn about their opponents’ cases prior to the first day of trial. It is crucial that attorneys use these opportunities wisely and not waste them getting embroiled with meaningless, form-over-substance battles with opposing counsel, and talking, not listening. If you let the sole chance to talk to adverse parties or witnesses slip by, you will be unprepared for trial and waste a lot of your client’s money.
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