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Ann M. Odelson and Timothy B. Parlin of Carroll, McNulty & Kull discuss whether the amendment to Rule 11, which attempts to reduce frivolous lawsuits, will be enacted, and how without the serious thr
...the Justice Department. His co-counsel, Tristan Duncan of Shook, Hardy & Bacon in Kansas City, said on Friday that the Justice...
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