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You have to read it to believe it

May 26, 2012 by in General

This decision is an instruction manual in what NOT to do in an appellate brief. The court ultimately found that it was “unable to reach the merits because of the flagrant and, frankly, appalling violations of supreme court and local rules committed by” the appellant’s attorney. You truly do have to read the appellate court’s decision to believe it.

Hall v. Naper Gold Hospitality LLC, 2012 IL App (2d) 111151.

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