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The discovery rules were designed to eliminate, as far as possible, concealment and surprise in the trial of lawsuits to the end that judgments rest upon real merits of the causes and not upon the skill and maneuvering of counsel

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June 18, 2013 at 4:05 pm


Law Lessons from JUSTIN J. MOORE VS. PIERSOL HOMES, ET AL., App. Div., A-2062-11T1, May 17, 2013:

“The discovery rules were designed to eliminate, as far as possible, concealment and surprise in the trial of lawsuits to the end that judgments rest upon real merits of the causes and not upon the skill and maneuvering of counsel.” Abtrax Pharms. v. Elkins-Sinn, 139 N.J. 499, 512 (1995) (quoting Oliviero v. Porter Hayden Co., 241 N.J. Super. 381, 387 (App. Div. 1990)).



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