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During a hearing on a motion to dismiss, which was supposed to be based on the pleadings, he asked defense counsel to submit evidence which was not subject to cross examination. On top of that, the evidence submitted was both vague and irrelevant, and he seemed to have no problem with that despite objections. He asked questions indicating that he clearly didn't understand the complex litigation, and his opinion misstated facts. Lawyers representing large corporations love this guy because he goes out of his way to make sure that they win.
7/15/19, 2:13 AM
Hon. Jeffrey S. White

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