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Civil Procedure – Discovery – Expert Witness Designation – Sanctions

A Loudoun County Circuit Court denies sanctions for defendant’s motion to strike plaintiff’s expert witness designation without first complying with Rule 4:15’s requirements to confer and certify, but the court will sanction defendant with $420 in attorney’s fees and costs for trying to apply an evidentiary rule for trial to discovery when there is no authority to do so.
Hutchison v. Cornerstone Builders (Loudoun County Cir.Ct.) (VLW 009-8-063) (3 pp.)

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