I sue a company (the Defendant). It's attorney emailed me the responses to my discovery requests. Although the attorney signed the responses, but his client (the Defendant) refuses to sign the responses.(I believe that the Defendant is afraid of committing perjury if he signs it.) Is that responses valid without the signature of the Defendant? What should I do? Can any attorney help me please?
Something signed by an attorney is generally accepted as binding on the party. So, not terribly significant in my opinion. Good luck.
check the rules here.....generally objections are signed by an attorney; only answers are signed by the party to the law suit....
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