I served Interrogatories, Demand to Produce and Requests for Admission. Defendant's responses all contain eleven General Objections. Each individual response incorporates the General Objections without identifying which General Objection it believes applies, in other words, they are all incorporated by reference. Is this allowed?
No, general objections are not proper. See Fed. R. Civ. Pro. 34(b)(2)(B); see, also, U.S. v. Philip Morris Inc., (2003 D.C. Cir.) 347 F.3d 951; see, also, Brenford Environmental Systems, LP v. Piperliners of Puerto Rico, Inc. (2010 D.Puerto Rico) 269 F.R.D. 143, 147 (general objections are impermissible.)
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