Updated: Sep 13, 2019

These pages are more for attorneys as discovery is not only a little dry, but convoluted. As such, it pays to keep up on discovery rules.


What if I do not provide discovery?

If you do not provide discovery opposing counsel may decide to motion the court to compel discovery and sanctions or set the case for trail. If the case is set for trial then opposing counsel may motion to strike the relevant facts pleaded that were not provided for in your discovery.

This is why it is important to request discovery that is relevant to the facts pleaded to by the opposing party.