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February 2024 Update
Barry Kramer and Allen D. Brufsky
Part II. Civil Litigation of Trademark Disputes in Federal District Court and the I.T.C. under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
Chapter 26. Disclosures and Discovery—Fed. R. Civ. P. V
§ 26:20.90. General provisions governing discovery; Duty of disclosure—FORM: Reply in support of motion for protective order against deposition of corporate representative with no direct, personal knowledge on relevant issues
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