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Civil Litigation Discovery Legal Topics

Timing Your Requests for Admission

ThinkstockPhotos-487826116 (1)One of many tactical decisions you need to make in litigation is when to serve requests for admission. Timing may be key to getting what you need.

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Civil Litigation Discovery

Are Requests for Admissions a Magic Bullet or Overblown?

466464237Requests for admission are one of the best techniques to create admissible evidence for summary judgment and trial. Every litigator should understand the advantages of using them but also their limitations.

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Civil Litigation Discovery Legal Topics Litigation Strategy Pretrial Matters

5 Tips to Make the Most of Requests for Admission

463413901Requests for admission are very valuable yet underutilized tools. They’re one of the best techniques to create admissible evidence for summary judgment and trial—make good use of them!

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Civil Litigation Discovery Evidence Legal Topics Litigation Strategy Trial Strategy

Give Discovery Responses a Formal Introduction

136727429Many attorneys mistakenly believe that answers to interrogatories and requests for admission are automatically in evidence after they’re lodged with the court. Not so! First, you’ve got to formally introduce them into evidence.

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Civil Litigation Discovery Legal Topics

Discovery by the Numbers

When planning your discovery, you need to know all the key numbers, i.e., the numerical limitations on the various discovery methods. Here’s a handy overview so you will know how much is too much under California’s discovery statutes.