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Wasteful and Disruptive Motions "The judiciary has quite enough to do deciding cases on their merits"

May 2007
It is no surprise that the Seventh Circuit disfavors motion practice. As in all federal courts of appeals, the central activity of the Court is deciding appeals after receiving a full complement of merits briefs and hearing oral argument.
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