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  1. I've been singularly engrossed in academic work since the beginning of the year. So it was just yesterday that I read the AZ div1 CoA memorandum decision on Midland v Van Slyke (CV 14-0851). Has there been any prior discussion of this decision on this forum since the issuance of the ruling on Feb 25th? I couldn't turn anything up either in a forum search or by way of a site specific google search. The decision is unpublished and creates not binding precedent but only persuasive authority (Slyke's counsel has since requested the publishing of the ruling). I'm thinking about the decision's impact (as persuasive authority) on RoE 803(6) and Parker, as applicable specifically to these sorts of cases. But I don't want to drone on about it in a new thread here if others already discussed it months ago. If there has been any prior discussion on the forum here about this decision I'd be grateful if someone would be kind enough to point me to it.
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