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Many similarities exist between the practice of law and winemaking. Both are steeped in tradition and rely on the application of well-tested and established principles. Both depend on raw materials—the facts and the grapes—in crafting the end product, which it is hoped will stand the test of time. However, the peculiar facts that relate to the wine industry do not necessarily lend themselves to vintage judgments.
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