Need to ask the opposing counsel to admit that all their discovery demands were satisfied and if not what else is needed.
Confirming the completion of discovery is not the purpose of a notice to admit . If that is your objective send your inquiry to opposing counsel in a letter or email. Or raise the issue in a preliminary conference before the court. A notice to admit is used to identify material facts no longer in dispute, usually but not always as a precursor to a motion for summary judgment. Get advice from your own attorney on this. Good luck.See question
I am an attorney just signing up on avvo
Welcome. What you do is navigate to the profile tab (above), claim your profile, and then post your bio and all the other facts about your practice.See question
Chase violated the Fair Credit Reporting Act
Some consumer debt lawyers and consumer bankruptcy lawyers handle violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Fair Debt Collection Act this. Use the Find a Lawyer feature on the top of this page to research local lawyers who may be able to assist you. Many offer a free initial consultation. Good luck.See question
Can a breach of agreement counterclaim/claim be filed in court without the original executed agreement?
In most cases, yes. But the agreement will need to be presented eventually. Have you discussed this with your lawyer?See question
A Stipulation called for a buyout and the judge agreed with a motion to compel to make me do the buyout. However, the Stipulation was fraudulent (as will be litigated in a different state).
Not advisable to fight terms of stip in two different courts. Sounds like these issues have already been litigated in New York and you lost. It seems there is a New York court order in place. It is presumably valid and enforceable. Move against the order or appeal it in New York courts. But do not go to a different court in another state to relitigate it there. Big mistake. If you are represented by counsel speak with your lawyer about this immediately. If you are representing yourself, you need to hire a lawyer today. Good luck.See question
I was sent a summons/complaint complaint boro order: Section § 250-8: Dumping prohibited In wallington NJ on 5/5/16- An officer allegedly saw me throw garbage in the passaic river. He sent me to appear in court on 5/16/16. I need legal...
That is not the way this forum works. Use the Find a Lawyer feature above. You will want to meet with a New Jersey trial attorney practicing in Municipal Court in greater Hackensack, Lodi, Rutherford, or Wallington, NJ. Good luck.See question
I am an exterminator. While fumigating a hotel, I accidentally caused one of the fire sprinklers to go off. The result was a flood that caused lots of water damage to the floors in the hallway and adjacent rooms. I know I am liable for the damag...
The situation is likely to be extremely fact sensitive. Hopefully you have business insurance. In which case your insurance carrier will provide coverage and an attorney to defend you. You should ask your question and discuss the particulars of the loss with your own attorney (or the attorney provided to you by your carrier) in a confidential office setting. Good luck in getting this sorted out.See question
In a Federal Civil trial, a national firm created a forged document and filed it in a government office. The forgery is using and signing with a name of a person who DOES NOT REALLY Exists. If one has to depose such person, they would not be able...
Your goal is to depose a person with knowledge of the facts and circumstances. This would include the document's creator and the person or person who filed it. Confer with opposing counsel concerning the proper party representative. If you are unable to agree you can take this dispute to the Magistrate Judge. Request a discovery conference in writing in accordance with your judge's rules and the Federal Rules. It sounds like you may be in over your head in which case it may be smart to confer with and engage experienced trial counsel to assist you and advocate on your behalf. Good luck..See question
Defendant in my case is no longer sending certifications for discovery requests, and her lawyer is unresponsive. If the defendant fails to comply with discovery requests, what is the right move? Motion to strike the answer or motion to compel?
First step is to write to defendant's attorney and try to work this discovery dispute out without court intervention. If this fails you would then be in a position to make a motion to compel. If you get a court order compelling discovery production, and there is still no compliance, you would be able to move for further relief including a motion for an order striking defendant's filed answer. Compliance with the court rules can be tricky. You should get a lawyer to assist you if you are not now represented. Good luck.See question
Lack of subject matter jurisdiction is a non-waivable defense that may be raised at any time, even on appeal. Macysyn v. Hensler, 329 N.J. Super. 476, 481 (App. Div. 2000). If a plaintiff amends a Complaint to add a claim, does this create an o...
Even if defendant omits the defense in the amended pleading the court can raise the jurisdiction matter on its own. Either the court has jurisdiction to hear the matter or it does not. Speak with your attorney about this.See question