How to Handle OBNOXIOUS Opposing Counsel


Don't Let Difficult Opposing Counsel Manipulate Your Emotions. Stay Calm, Cool, and Collected!

All of us have a treasure trove of war stories about dealing with difficult opposing counsel. You know, the ones whose repertoires include snide remarks, explosive arguments, and rude behavior.

There's a good chance you may have even engaged in these heated exchanges because you felt baited or you simply couldn't help yourself.

The next time you come across an opposing counsel who is a jerk, tell yourself to GET A GRIP!

Losing control and plotting revenge is a waste of time and energy! Deal with the situation with dignity and grace by learning how to identify when someone is truly goading you and choosing composure over emotionalism.

Here are a few everyday jerks to watch out for.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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