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Judicial Estoppel Doctrine Is Flexible, 7th Circuit Emphasizes

Because judicial estoppel is concerned with protecting the integrity of the courts from the appearance and reality of manipulative litigation conduct, courts considering that doctrine have the “freedom to consider the equities of an entire case” and can even impose the estoppel where the party estopped and the party which committed the underlying conduct are not perfectly identical, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has held

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