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...software learning products. While the elements Golding highlights — contrast, hierarchy, accuracy, relevance, and truth — are not groundbreaking concepts, his examples, using Adobe Illustrator...
In 2009, the American College of Trial Lawyers published a report by a task force on discovery. The overall conclusion was that discovery was destroying the civil judicial process: It costs too much,
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