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August 01, 2012


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Nicholas J. Wagoner

Good point Emil!

Emil Kiehne

Whatever comes of this circuit split, I agree with the Court's observation that "prudent counsel will make sure to renew their arguments in a Rule 50 motion."

In my opinion, this falls into the category of "Issues you don't want to be litigating on appeal"!

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