Stop, look and listen

To a France Inter audience this past weekend, American journalist and Obama-watcher David Page commented the U.S. President’s rise to the world’s top political job virtually from nowhere can be attributed at least in part to a technique described at pedestrian rail crossings: Stop, Look and Listen.  What can lawyers learn from this? (la version… Read More

Rule 30.1 ~ The Quicksand between Rules 30 and 31

Recently, my opposing counsel in a product liability matter cited the “Deemed Undertaking Rule” as grounds for the manufacturer not to comply with a discovery undertaking to produce information from prior incidents linked to the same device. (la version française suit) If my opponent were right, she would have landed in a patch of professional… Read More