Personality Disorders

People with personality disorders thrive in court-room litigation, they are the high-conflict personalities (HCPs), and sometimes called “litigation junkies” by judges. According to Bill Eddy, an author who has worked in his previous life as a litigation lawyer and clinical social worker, HCPs fit perfectly into the traditional adversarial court process because of their similarities.

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