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May 07, 2013

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Mark Trachtenberg

Wow. Shouldn't the appellee have the burden to argue that error wasn't preserved, so that the appellant can address the argument in its reply? That seems like a better rule than requiring an appellant to clutter up his opening brief with cites when the vast majority of the preservation points may be uncontested.

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