interrogatory


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interrogatory

(ĭn″tĕr-rŏg′ă-tor″ē)
In law, a written question sent by one party to another requesting information about issues, facts, backgrounds, and witnesses surrounding the allegations in a lawsuit.
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Thus, when an expert reviews materials that may influence his or her opinion after interrogatory responses are served, the interrogatory responses may not have to be supplemented.
In a compound-complex case, a special interrogatory would require the jurors to identify, through a multiple choice format,(146) the specific predicate acts upon which they unanimously agree.
Further, the hospital contended that: "This interrogatory also requests information which is privileged and not subject to disclosure.
During a telephone status conference on January 18, 2006, SIUH asserted that the information sought by the plaintiff in her interrogatory #14 and document request #10 was privileged and thus not subject to disclosure.
Next time you have a medical malpractice case, send an interrogatory to the hospital to determine whether another patient or another patient's relatives commented to hospital staff about your client's condition.
Specifically, the Wyoming State Court has been petitioned by Peter Halmos, the company's founder and former chairman, to investigate SafeCard for false court filings, materially false interrogatory responses to the court, misrepresentations to the court and intentionally withholding evidence from the court.
His or her answers shall be written in the blank space provided after each separately numbered interrogatory.
In many jurisdictions, it has become customary to simply exchange names of experts for deposition without prior exchange of written interrogatory answers or reports.
By applying their research, analytical skills, interrogatory methods and industry experiences, the practitioners of StoneTurn delivery results efficiently to clients in the resolution of their complex business disputes, whether by robust investigation, determination, expert evidence or advisory support.
902(c), by serving the appropriate interrogatory form.