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January 13, 2011

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I'd say that the Downey Brand attorneys were fortunate that the trial court did not require more detailed information. While the law may be that in Probate less detail is allowable, a better practice would have been to supply the same type of information needed in a civil case. Downey Brand presumably had it, because they were able to prepare detailed summaries. So, why not just present the "source" material, rather than the summary? Well written opinion and one wonders why it was not chosen for publication.

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