It is never enjoyable to open the daily mail and find an order entered against your client. This is especially true when you or more importantly, your client, expected a favorable result—whether because of your thorough briefing of the issues, the excellence of your oral argument or best of all, the clarity of the law in favor of your position (which, of course, is usually the case).
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