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January 29, 2007


michael walsh

This was a case that actually presented the kind of facts that suit the defense complaints about "fishing" for plaintiffs. We mentioned it over at our blog, and although we think it is a great case for the Supreme Court to review, we wouldn't hold out a lot of hope for a reversal by the Supremes. In many an oral argument regarding this sort of La Sala discovery issue, we've heard the defense ask the proverbial question: "Where do you draw the line?" First American has a pretty decent answer to that question.

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