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Attorney conduct

SAVANNAH, Ga. — In a longshoreman’s suit against a shipping company for injuries he allegedly sustained when a gangway handrail collapsed, a federal court in Georgia ruled the plaintiff's counsel’s conduct will be restricted during further depositions, and he may not impugn Chinese culture or suggest that “witnesses’ alleged failure to do things the way Americans typically do them … constitutes improper or negligent behavior.”

Read the order here.

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