Over the years friends and colleagues have called me up asking for a quick answer on a discovery question that they have. The phone call usually went like this “I want to get plaintiff’s phone records, how do I do that?” or “I forgot to disclose experts, am I too late?” or “They want to send my client to a psychiatrist. Can I object?” I know the answers to these questions which are “Yes,” "No” and “Yes.” However, to get the statutory authority, I rely on the charts I have prepared and published over the last 18 years. The "California Civil Discovery--Charts for the Everyday Litigator " was recently updated and now available to you for download at http://www.resolvingdiscoverydisputes.com/discovery-plans/california-civil-discovery--charts-for-the-everyday-litigator/
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