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February 2016


February 10, 2016 2:49 PM | Posted by Jeff A. Cohen & Meredith W. Caiafa | Permalink
Without a crystal ball, trial lawyers can make objections only on the basis of what has occurred or what they reasonably expect might occur based on the facts and circumstances existing at the time.  Litigation, however is a fluid process and an objection that was sufficient at point X might not be sufficient at point Y.  A recent Pennsylvania case provides an illustration of this. read more