Mad Dogs and Englishmen: Part Deux

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One of the most insipid hit records of the 1960s was Roger Miller’s “England Swings (Like a Pendulum Do).” In an earlier edition of this august Journal, I detailed how differently our English “cousins” swing on the issue of witness preparation. The Brits have been swinging again, this time in a different place, and lawyers with international, cross-border practices need to be aware and on guard.

Originally published in NYSBA NY Business Law Journal|Vol. 21|No.2 - Winter 2017.

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