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In his Civil Rights and Civil Liberties column, Christopher Dunn, the associate legal director of the New York Civil Liberties Union, writes: From a constitutional perspective, the major tension in t
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Alice Spitz, a member of Molod Spitz & DeSantis, writes: Personal injury practice is adversarial, with abuses on the part of both plaintiffs and defendants. However, practitioners who bend the rules
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