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Trying Patience

If, God forbid, jurors get assigned to an intellectual-property case, or worse, a class-action asbestos suit, they might as well quit their jobs, cancel their vacations, and consign themselves to lives of service. They may endure weeks, if not months, of mind-numbing boredom involving pie charts, “expert” witnesses, and multiple Power Point presentations. And then, […]