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In an unlimited matter, my responses were due last week. However, I was not able to provide the responses in time because I was ill. Therefore, I sent an email to opposing counsel stating that I wanted to talk with him about the responses and requested a further extension.
This morning I received documents related to opposing counsel's motion to compel my responses and request for sanctions. It just really seems unnecessary because he seems to have spent alot of time and paper making the motion documents.
What is the best course of action to take at this point? When is the opposition due and is there a way I could avoid the entire hearing itself, perhaps by giving him what he wants? I planned on providing the responses except I just needed a little more time...