Asked 11 months ago - Chicago, ILFlag
As long as you want. If he has not produced the documents then have your attorney file a motion to compel. If you do not have an attorney then you are being taken advantage of and need to hire legal counsel.Often a litigant will document drop the day of or just before a Pre Trial documents or a CFS Or Answers to Interrogatories so that there is no time to review and reflect on the documents. It is a Tactic to gain an advantage.
If you have not had sufficient time to review discovery, than you should ask for the pre-trial conference to be rescheduled. Some judges will allow it, while others think you have enough time the day of the conference, which is wrong. If you do not have an attorney, you really need one.
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