Avoiding Waiver at All Steps of Litigation

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From Monopoly to baseball, it isn't fair or fun when the opponent tries to win by changing the rules in the middle of a game. It isn't fair because of the surprise. It isn't fun because arguing about rules ruins the game and it takes too long to play. But if the rules are changed before the game, it doesn't seem unfair. Why? Because the appropriate time to finalize and adequately explain the rules is before the game starts.

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