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Disputes / litigation
Disputes / litigation

Yatin Sharma
Partner- Tax, Corporate & Litigation
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Will Newman
Litigator at Becker, Glynn, Muffly, Chassin & Hosinski LLP
Part of my work involves reading court decisions to keep abreast of how judges decide the types of cases I handle. In a recent blog post, I share some thoughts on recent litigation decisions, including one decision about which I wrote an article for the ABA Litigation Section magazine Litigation News.

https://www.unpredictableblog.com/blog/november-2021
Will Newman
Litigator at Becker, Glynn, Muffly, Chassin & Hosinski LLP
At the start of many lawsuits, the parties need to reveal facts about themselves and the case. Among other reasons, they do this to enable the other parties to focus their discovery efforts and to allow everyone to identify possible conflicts of interest.

I wrote a blog post about initial disclosures, possibly one of the most fascinating parts of litigation only because anything is possible: https://www.unpredictableblog.com/blog/initial-disclosures