Litigation: Oh, What Litigators Dare Do [New York Law Journal]

There are few things more vexing to litigators than adverse parties who—despite the issuance of a court order—simply refuse to comply with their obligations under the law. Whether it is a discovery order mandating disclosure of certain documents or an injunction prohibiting the adverse party from engaging in specified conduct, we have all experienced the frustration of attempting to enforce court orders against recalcitrant or obstreperous adverse parties who flout such orders even under the threat of a possible contempt motion.

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