- April 12, 2016
What should you do if your opponent makes a procedural error?
Napoléon Bonaparte: “Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.” As litigators, we generally regard it our overriding duty to obtain the best possible result for our clients by (within reason) every means available to us. However, the duty to our clients is tempered in several respects. One of the quandaries that can, … Continue reading What should you do if your opponent makes a procedural error? →