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Consider this factual setting: The trial is over and the verdict is in. From the beginning to the end of the case, opposing counsel has “played hardball” and resorted to cheap and unfair tactics. The jury was out for what seemed to be a very short time and ruled against your client. One of your first instincts is to tell your client that an appeals court will order a new trial because of “attorney misconduct.” Then consider this factual setting: The trial is over and the verdict is in. From the...