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April 30, 2019

New York Law Journal

By: Joel Cohen

“Think of it this way. When you visit your physician, don’t you want your doctor taking contemporaneous notes about your blood pressure, your heart rate, etc.? Or do you want him relying on his memory for what his findings were last visit or how they will compare to next time?”

In an article for the New York Law Journal, Stroock Senior Counsel Joel Cohen looks at a lawyer's defense for note-taking and its influence during the Trump era.

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