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California Discovery Citations (The Rutter Group Civil Litigation Series)

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Brand: The Rutter Group
Copyright: 2009-2021
ISBN: 9781731974549
Publication Frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update format: N/A

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California Discovery Citations (The Rutter Group Civil Litigation Series)


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California Discovery Citations provides the underlying legal citations necessary to determine the validity of specific types of discovery questions and procedures. This comprehensive resource includes detailed checklists and authorities for discovery objections and privileges. Citations are provided for supporting and opposing positions, making the text useful both for discovery proponents and respondents.

This text is designed to help you:

  • Write persuasive discovery motions and meet-and-confer letters
  • Identify valid and invalid objections
  • Evaluate opposition discovery requests to maximize opportunities for objections, discovery motions, protective orders, and privileges
  • Locate authorities quickly to ensure that incoming and outgoing questions are supported by good law

The contents include:

  • Overview of discovery and discovery methods
  • Scope and sequence of discovery
  • Interrogatories
  • Depositions
  • Inspection and production of documents, tangible things, land, and other property
  • Requests for admissions
  • Physical or mental examinations
  • Expert witness information exchange and depositions
  • E-discovery
  • Objecting to discovery
  • Privileges and work product
  • Commonly discovered items