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Discovery Techniques

 

Learn why discovery needs to be started as soon as possible.

Some recommend preparing interrogatories and request for production when preparing the complaint. The client will need to assist the attorney in learning the client’s business and the allegations raised in the counterclaim. By filing the discovery early, defense counsel may decide to engage in settlement conversations instead of complying with the discovery. Some attorneys use counterclaims to try to intimidate the creditor into dropping the complaint. By filing discovery, the creditor is showing that it intends to litigate. This white paper reviews how interrogatories and discovery can work together.

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Lynda L. Laing

Strauss Factor Laing & Lyons

  • Partner at Strasss Factor Laing & Lyons
  • Practice areas include creditor rights and bankruptcy
  • Regular speaker in the area of creditor rights
  • J.D. degree, Case Western Reserve University; B.A. degree, Albion College
  • Can be contacted at [email protected] or 401 456-0700

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