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Senior U.S. District Judge John P. Fullam is known for an especially dry wit and a deadpan delivery from the bench that sometimes catches lawyers off guard.

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  • rose fisher

    Judge Fullam is noted also for his memorable work as Judge in the Special Court for Railroad Bankrupty cases in the 1970's. The largest of these railroads was Penn Central. I was one of the paralegals working for the debtors and had the opportunity to read many of Judge Fullam's communications, orders and memoranda. I believe he is now about 90 years old

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