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Exam1-FC3 - “what is your name?” while asks “is your...

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Complaint Fallibility
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Make an error. Describe parties for the case and what happened.
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Counterclaim Answer
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Defendant files a response to the complaint to protect himself. Counter-sue in the case against you; can be unrelated.
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Motion Subpoena
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The court requests your property or testimony; commands you do what I say. Begin nicely with a notice, then moves to a subpoena.
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Interrogatory Discovery
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Lawyer finds evidence outside the court and brings it in. Ask questions of a party to a case under oath (not a witness); written evidence.
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Interrogatory; Request to Admit Request to Admit
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Admit or deny different questions. For discovery, ____ asks
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Unformatted text preview: “what is your name?” while ____ asks “is your name Bob?” Deposition Interrogatory, Deposition, and Request to Admit Three tools for discovery: The sworn, in-person testimony of a witness recorded by a court reporter. Court of Equity Court of Equity Located in a court of law that applies to people’s conduct outside a courtroom; civil (i.e. injunction or restraining order). Can order someone to do something they’re legally required to do or stop doing something they’re legally required not to do. Negotiation Isn’t really ADR because lawyers do it day in and day out....
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