Thursday, February 26, 2015

The Problem With Surreplies -- Encapsulated in a Single Sentence!

The normally loquacious Magistrate Judge Goodman has managed to identify -- in a single sentence -- why surreplies are almost always a bad idea:
For all practical purposes, Procaps’ sur‐reply repeats the points made in its initial opposition to Patheon’s motion for rule of reason discovery ‐‐ but does so in a more emphatic way.


Anonymous said...

Good catch.

Rumpole said...

Yeah but twice is nice. And what about if you're dealing with a judge who rules based on who spoke /wrote last ? It's been known to happen. Happen. See? see?