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Shepardizing and validating your research should become a natural part of your research process. Not only do your supervising attorneys expect it, but the courts do as well. By Shepardizing, you will know how other courts view the case you want to cite, and this may alert you to problems with the reasoning in the case. Review Glassalum Engineering Corp. v. 392208 Ontario Ltd., 487 So.2d 87 (Fla. App. 3 Dist. 1986). In this case, the attorney failed to Shepardize and cited a case that had been questioned; the attorney was ostracized by the judge in the case. Judge Pearson observed: We remind the bar that, as this case dramatically shows, cases must be Shepardized and that when Shepardizing, counsel must mind their ps and qs. Id. at 88. What did the court mean by stating that the attorneys must mind their ps and qs? Had the attorneys in the case Shepardized their cases, would the result in the case be different?

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Tepper, Pamela, Neal Bevans. Legal Research & Writing for Paralegals. McGraw-Hill Learning Solutions, 05/2008. VitalBook file.
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