Dear Supreme Court: When a Lawyer Confesses Error
In the blizzard of questions and hypotheticals marking some arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court, a lawyer can misunderstand a justice and misspeak, usually self-correcting almost immediately. But sometimes, the sinking realization strikes later. Just ask National Labor Relations Board general counsel Richard Griffin Jr.
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