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It hits me that the guys across the aisle are taking this matter a bit more seriously than normal. I was around a lot of lawyers last summer when I clerked for a defense litigation firm, and each case was pretty much like the next. You work hard, bill hard, but take the outcome in stride. There are always a dozen new cases waiting for you.

But five? Seems like overkill to me. There's something going on over there. These guys are scared.

Let's do that, Kipler says. First, why didn't you try to remove this case when Judge Hale had it?

But Drummond is a pro with thick skin. He would never let on that a lowly circuit court judge irritates him. Very well, moving right along, I'd like to address our request to remove this case to federal court.

Kipler's face tells everyone that he doesn't believe this. Not a single person in the courtroom does either. But it's a minor detail, and Kipler has made his point.

But Drummond is a pro with thick skin. He would never let on that a lowly circuit court judge irritates him. Very well, moving right along, I'd like to address our request to remove this case to federal court.

I sense an air of panic over there, and I'm sure it's not created by my presence. It's standard procedure in insurance litigation for the defense firms to assign two lawyers to a case. They always come in pairs. Regardless of the

Kipler's face tells everyone that he doesn't believe this. Not a single person in the courtroom does either. But it's a minor detail, and Kipler has made his point.

Can you wrap it up in ten minutes?

Can you wrap it up in ten minutes?

Can you wrap it up in ten minutes?

I glance to my left and catch a glimpse of some awfully grave faces. Their hero is getting ravaged. It's not pretty.

Let's do that, Kipler says. First, why didn't you try to remove this case when Judge Hale had it?

It's serious business to cut off the debate of a lawyer who talks for three hundred and fifty bucks an hour. Drummond glares at Kipler, who is enjoying this immensely.

Can you wrap it up in ten minutes?

Drummond is ready for this. Your Honor, the case was new and we were still investigating the involvement of the defendant Bobby Ott. Now that we've had some time, we're of the opinion that Ott has been included solely to defeat federal jurisdiction.

So you wanted this case in federal court all along?

I sense an air of panic over there, and I'm sure it's not created by my presence. It's standard procedure in insurance litigation for the defense firms to assign two lawyers to a case. They always come in pairs. Regardless of the

Can you wrap it up in ten minutes?

Kipler switches gears. Now, the plaintiff has two remaining motions. The first is to fast-track this case, the second to expedite the deposition of Donny Ray Black. The two are sort of related, so, Mr. Baylor, why don't we handle them together?

Do you recall that? Kipler asks. Happened less than fifteen minutes ago.

It hits me that the guys across the aisle are taking this matter a bit more seriously than normal. I was around a lot of lawyers last summer when I clerked for a defense litigation firm, and each case was pretty much like the next. You work hard, bill hard, but take the outcome in stride. There are always a dozen new cases waiting for you.

No, Your Honor. Drummond gathers his papers, and leaves the podium. I watch out of the corner of my eye. As he steps to the defense table, he gazes for a quick second at the two executives, and I see the unmistakable look of fear in his eyes. Goose bumps cover my forearms and legs.

That's correct, Your Honor, Drummond says earnestly.

But Drummond is a pro with thick skin. He would never let on that a lowly circuit court judge irritates him. Very well, moving right along, I'd like to address our request to remove this case to federal court.

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