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I'm a plaintiff suing 2 defendants, a business and 1 of the owners as an individual.
This business sued me in the past, as a corporation.
Now in my case against them, in discovery they're saying they're a general partnership, but they've never said this in any of their documents (2 answers and about 7 motions), they just use their business name (not "general partnership dba business name").
(Nothing is filed with state or county.)
They have a big law firm working for them, are they justified in doing this because I sued them using their business name and not "general partnership dba business name?"