I hope everyone had a good Memorial Day weekend. This week, we take a brief look at a number of opinions that were decided last week, none of which are revolutionary, but all of which are useful to defendants at some stage of the class action. Think of it like a Memorial Day barbecue, a little something for each course.
Discovery. Both plaintiffs and defendants like to serve contention interrogatories, and both also like to give vague answers. It’s part of the chess game that is pretrial discovery, and it can be frustrating to both observers and participants. In … Continue Reading