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August 03, 2006

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mythago

Good advice. So far I am able to get by with a blank look and "What are the 'usual' stipulations?" but I have been around long enough that the dumb-newbie routine doesn't pay quite as successfully.

TPB, Esq.

I'm pretty sure that there aren't such stipulations in my jurisdiction anyway, although a lot of lawyers from nearby states, esp. NY, don't realize that. This causes problems when they later request the right to revise deposition answers.

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