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The failure to foresee the need for a witness to authenticate a document until a motion in limine is filed by the adverse party on the day of trial does not excuse the proffering party from providing an adequate foundation for the evidence.  See Martin v. Lawrence, No. 2012-297-Appeal at 9.

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Nicole J. Benjamin

I am a shareholder and business litigator at AP&S. I help businesses and their legal departments achieve their objectives by reducing their liabilities, advising them on complex legal matters and defending unavoidable litigation in federal and state court.

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