APPELLATE DIVISION HOLDS THAT PLAINTIFF’S LACK OF DUE DILIGENCE BARS REPLACING ‘JOHN DOE’ DEFENDANT WITH ACTUAL PARTY

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The Appellate Division has held in Andreoli v. State Insulation Corp. et. al. (2011 WL 4577646) that a plaintiff could not replace a “John Doe” defendant with an actual party due to a lack of due diligence in identifying that party.

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