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Civil Procedure – Discovery – Vague Objections – Motion To Compel (access required)

Given the breadth of defendant’s objections and defendant’s counsel’s unwillingness to negotiate until after responses to discovery requests are provided, an Alexandria U.S. District Court magistrate judge says plaintiff was justified in bringing this motion to compel. To most of plaintiff’s interrogatories, defendant objects that they are “vague and ambiguous” and “not reasonably calculated to lead ...

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