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The firm is well known for communicating on behalf of its clients with opposing counsel in a professional and civil manner to create and maintain an atmosphere conducive to dividing marital assets and settling custody issues quickly and amicably.
Counsel frequently provide the military judge and opposing counsel with electronic documents when electronically "filing" a motion (or response), (8) but then fail to include those documents with the original document at the hearing.
Opposing counsel typically investigates the valuation expert's resume or curriculum vitae.
Wouldn't the client want to know that opposing counsel was making an effort to resolve the disputed issues in the case but that his or her attorney was playing a game of avoidance?
When the other side appeared to balk at the offer on the table, Fried and Gilbert drafted a complaint but, instead of filing it, sent a copy to the opposing counsel.
PURPOSE OF THE DEPOSITION You are being deposed solely to provide opposing counsel the opportunity to ask you questions about what you know and think about the case.
Then ask opposing counsel for a joint inspection of the vehicle, so the black-box data can be downloaded with both parties present.
preservation letters from opposing counsel or agency 5.