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  • What Remains of Litigation Ethics
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    What Remains of Litigation Ethics?

    At the twelveth annual Federal Circuit Judicial Conference, which took place in Washington, D.C. Courts in the federal circuit issue decisions on cases involving federal claims,…

  • The Rambo Litigator
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    The "Rambo" Litigator

    The panelists discussed increasing problems in courtrooms of the “Rambo” litigator, the attorney who is uncivil and contentious in all his or her dealings in court. The counterproductivity…

  • Federal Circuit Appeals Court A Model
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    Federal Circuit Appeals Court: A Model

    Judge Nies described the development of the Federal Circuit appellate court ten years ago. Its jurisdiction is nationwide, but limited to certain areas of law.

  • The Future of Constitutional Law
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    The Future of Constitutional Law

    Mr. Starr spoke in a keynote address to the 121st annual banquet of the Bar Association of the District of Columbia. In his remarks, he reflected on the tenure of the Supreme Court under…