Things they don’t teach you in law school . . .

Demonstrating gloves can be tricky business during oral argument.  In response to a question from Judge Moore, one appellant was recently demonstrating how language describing the “proximal A2 pulley region” of a finger should be construed.  Before he started, she warned him off from using his middle finger to demonstrate.  [Listen].

In case you’re curious how the case turned out, you can read the court’s opinion here: [Read].

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