Outside CounselJeff S. Korek and Abraham Z. Melamed, New York Law Journal
Binding Trial Attorneys by Their Opening Statements
Jeff S. Korek and Abraham Z. Melamed write that although the theory is rooted in a U.S. Supreme Court decision more than 130 years old, it is a decision that has never been overturned, and is aged like a fine wine, ready to be trotted out and showcased in an argument that attorneys should be bound at trial by their opening statements.
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