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Civil Litigation - Private
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Very scholarly, but very mean. If you're a plaintiff in a civil case, he won't rest until the defendant wins. He invites summary judgment motions. He'll call a 'settlement' conference, set a fast trial date, then quickly vacate it as soon as the defendant mentions summary judgment. He will try to force the plaintiff to accept anything measly to get rid of a case; he has no sense of the value of a case, and really doesn't care. He's imperious and quite impressed with himself. He sets unreasonable deadlines.
7/15/19, 2:12 AM
Hon. Ruben Castillo

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