DCfilterDC wrote:What about cases? Not someone's already secondary work, but supervisor says, "we might want to object to this getting in, give me a survey of where the lines are here." How particular are you with re-phrasing the case language/summarizing, instead of just mostly copying and pasting fact-specific findings?
It sounds like that last part but the fact is that they actually want more. They don't just want a list or summary of relevant cases, they want a blurb of how each case or set of cases affects your case. Always go above what is asked, but no so much that you spend way more time than necessary. Yeah I realize this is maddeningly vague but that's the deal, unfortunately.