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ABA Practice Points: When Signing Your Client’s Name to an Interrogatory Verification Isn’t Worth It

Attorneys Agnieszka A. Wilewicz and John R. Ewell co-authored "When Signing Your Client’s Name to an Interrogatory Verification Isn’t Worth It" in the May 6, 2020 edition of the American Bar Association's Practice Points. Their article offers up "pearls" of wisdom in discussing a case alleging copyright infringement of a picture of oysters and whether an attorney should use a client's digital signature to sign his interrogatory responses.

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