Complex Litigation

Improper Argument at Trial: Scrutinizing Counsel's Conduct

, New York Law Journal

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Complex Litigation columnist Michael Hoenig writes that with current levels of docket congestion, a proliferation of multi-party cases and some tendencies towards lengthier trials, the problem of reluctance to grant a mistrial has worsened—which can leave improper and prejudicial arguments unpunished.

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