Dombroff on unfair tactics
This trial practice book provides practical information on how to combat tough litigation tactics the opponent might use against you in court. It describes how to anticipate the unfair tactics of your opponent at each stage of the litigation process, use the unfiar tactics of your opponent as weapons to strengthen your own position, pin your opponent down on specific points of law, and many other topics.
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