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For counterclaims plaintiff can set out in detail each of his defenses within x amount of days.
But for after-acquired evidence defense, does the plaintiff gets an opportunity to set out in detail each of his defenses?
If not is this done through filing of Pre-Hearing Brief?
According the scheduling order, the dispositive motion is soon after the discovery is complete. So what effect after-acquired evidence defense has on dispositive motion?