• January 19, 2011

Readers of Minnesota Litigator will appreciate that Minnesota Litigator has enjoyed tracking this hard-fought litigation in the U.S. District Court (D. Minn.) for more than a year, and it is now time to bid the combatants adieu.  

Query: there is a widespread unwritten norm among litigators that one “nudges” a court to rule on a pending motion at one’s peril — as if contacting the court to inquire into the status of a motion would, by itself, influence a court’s decision on the motion.  Isn’t this far-fetched and almost superstitious?  Should Compucredit second-guess its gentle “nudge“?

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