Memo to OC: remember the ratio!

We just got a 12-page brief from our opposing counsel.  Here is the score:

Italics:  9

Italics + underline:  11

Italics + underline + bold:  1

I’m not talking about case names or other citations.  I’m talking about entire sentences, frantically italicized and underlined.  Important things like “two entire business days passed without any follow up response trom plaintiffs’ counsel as to the six (or seven) deponents’ availability to proceed with their depositions on any date.”

What I love about law:  nerding out with Westlaw and a good, chewy legal question.

What I hate:  being yelled at through font changes about deposition scheduling.

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