interrogatories


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interrogatories

A set of written questions by one party in a lawsuit to another party in the lawsuit,which must be answered under oath.

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In November 2015, Parrillo sent more interrogatories making a similar request.
"The court finds that the information sought in Interrogatories Nos.
of special interrogatories to combat wrongful convictions--and still
instructions, but has approved of courts using special interrogatories
The process for responding to interrogatories is relatively straightforward.
Federal law permits the United States Department of Justice to issue civil investigative demands (CIDs) "[w]henever the Attorney General, or a designee has reason to believe that any person may be in possession, custody, or control of any documentary material or information relevant to a false claims law investigation." A type of subpoena, CIDs allow the DOJ to obtain documents, require responses to interrogatories and take depositions.
Moreover, the unit will utilize a broad set of interventions and tools, including subpoena authority, document demands, and interrogatories and interviews, to enforce against violations of federal law.
Andres clerked for a Florida law firm where he conducted legal research regarding insurance defense issues, handled Bodily Injury (BI) matters, and prepared and organized discovery for Personal Injury Protection (PIP) litigation such as interrogatories, requests to produce, and requests for admission.
In cases involving inconsistencies between a general verdict and a jury's answers to special interrogatories, (19) a court generally has three options: it may enter judgment based on the answers to the special interrogatories, resubmit the verdict to the jury for further consideration, or order a new trial.
Members of the Health Risk-Based Capital Working Group, part of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), voted Sunday to cut the Pandemic and Biological Risk - Interrogatories page from the Health Risk-Based Capital reporting blank.
The proposed changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure would require a party seeking discovery to establish that the requests are justified by the value and "importance" of the case; and they would limit the number of depositions, interrogatories, and requests for admissions.
OALJ Rule 18.13 allows parties to obtain discovery through depositions, interrogatories, production of documents or other evidence for inspection and other purposes; and requests for admission.