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The use of nominative “whom” in legal contexts (and possibly others)

From page 48 of Law, by Raymond Wacks: In other words, you owe a duty to persons whom it is foreseeable are likely to be harmed by your conduct. I tried to parse this by temporarily overlooking ...
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Friends “that or who” I consider my best friends

Can I ever use that for people, or must it be who? Which one is correct? I have friends from all walks of life that I consider my best friends. I have friends from all walks of life who I ...
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Am I using “whomever” correctly?

So sad to lose you, yet happy for whomever has the pleasure of working with you next.
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Which is more common, using “who . . . is” or “whom . . . are”?

Which of these would you say? The married couple who the police caught is on drugs. or The married couple whom the police caught are on drugs. Why?