Burbank Unified's relentless defense strategy draws judicial ire.
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Judges in their own words
“When a corporation and its counsel refuse to produce directly relevant information an opposing party is entitled to receive, they have abandoned these basic principles [of
litigation] in favor of their own interests. The little voice in every attorney’s conscience that murmurs turn over all material information was ignored.”
— Judge Roslyn O. Silver
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