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Consider this scenario: You see opposing counsel’s name in your email inbox and, immediately, your blood pressure begins to rise. You have been attempting to confer with them regarding dates for the proposed case management order the judge instructed the parties to submit jointly. However, they have thus far been dismissive and ignored the multiple voicemails you left.

When you click on the email, instead of proposed dates, you find that opposing counsel has shared their unsolicited thoughts on the merits of your case and dismissively stated an unwillingness to cooperate in scheduling case deadlines.

“Your case is absurd on
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