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Obtaining Discovery: Initiating and Responding to Discovery Procedures

Describes features and requirements of all six discovery methods, with their advantages and disadvantages. Helps you decide which discovery methods to use and how to plan the sequence of discovery requests and demands.

Describes features and requirements of all six discovery methods, with their advantages and disadvantages. Helps you decide which discovery methods to use and how to plan the sequence of discovery requests and demands.

Coverage includes:

  • Seeking Oral Depositions
  • Obtaining Discovery by Interrogatories
  • Demanding Inspection of Documents, Physical Evidence, and Real Property
  • Requesting Admission of Facts, Opinions, or Genuineness of Documents
  • Arranging Medical or Mental Examination of Party
  • Handling Discovery in Limited Civil Cases
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Describes features and requirements of all six discovery methods, with their advantages and disadvantages. Helps you decide which discovery methods to use and how to plan the sequence of discovery requests and demands.

Coverage includes:

  • Seeking Oral Depositions
  • Obtaining Discovery by Interrogatories
  • Demanding Inspection of Documents, Physical Evidence, and Real Property
  • Requesting Admission of Facts, Opinions, or Genuineness of Documents
  • Arranging Medical or Mental Examination of Party
  • Handling Discovery in Limited Civil Cases
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PRACTICE AREA Employment Law
PRACTICE AREA Civil Litigation & Torts
PRODUCT GROUP Publication
Products specifications
PRACTICE AREA Employment Law
PRACTICE AREA Civil Litigation & Torts
PRODUCT GROUP Publication