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Sanctions Case Analysis

The court’s decision — that sanctions can only be imposed under 28 U.S.C. 1927 based on an attorney’s conduct during litigation — is the correct one, for the reasons given by the court. Without “proceedings” and a “case” pending, there is nothing for a party to vexatiously multiply.Nevertheless, it ...

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