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January 04, 2005

"Akin Gump" always did sound like a Seuss character

To quote George Wallace at Declarations & Exclusions, "What do you do when you are an attorney ready for Christmas vacation and your worthy opponent insists you must stick around and litigate a dispute over production of documents? If you are Texas attorney Michael P. Lynn, you file a rhyming brief la Seuss." (PDF). Snopes has more.

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