Young lawyers may ask themselves what crosses the line in litigation?
The answer is to act as lawyers Bernardo Roman and Pepe Herrera did in representing the Miccosukee Tribe. They had a dream client and they screwed it up, got nailed with over a million dollars in attorneys fees, and now are being disbarred.
Why does Judge Tunis always get the hard cases?
These orders together are a novella in scope and size.
This is what not to do.
Also, it's not a good idea for anyone, even a retired judge serving as a general master, to bring pistachio nuts to a deposition.
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