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Inconsistencies in Litigation: What You Need to Know About Judicial Estoppel Plus the True Jury Foreman

By Kathryn Hughes | Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Coming today to LitigationWorld: Inconsistencies often arise in litigation such as the proverbial witness who changes his story. In this issue of LitigationWorld, Seattle litigator Kim Gunning explains the doctrine of judicial estoppel, a form of equitable relief that may enable you to prevent opposing counsel from advancing a legal argument or entering evidence. Kim also discusses a related ethics issue that litigators should evaluate on their own behalf. Also, don't miss the LitigationWorld Pick of the Week for the top 10 clues for identifying the true foreman on your jury.

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