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Civ Pro Timing
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When must an affirmative defense be raised?
In a timely fashion, usually when the answer is made. If you don't you lose it.
When must a defendant bring in a third-party?
Within 14 days after serving an answer. After that, the court must approve.
How many days does a party have to make initial disclosure?
Within 14 days of the 26(f) conference
How long does a party have to answer interrogatories?
How long does a party have to respond to a request for admission?
When does a party have to move for a jury trial?
14 days after the last pleading directed to the issue is served.
How long does a defendant have to file a JNOV/new trial motion?
28 days after judgement.
When must a Rule 60 Relief from Judgement be filed?
Within one year.
How long does P have to wait until collecting judgement?
How long does a TRO last?
When must a party disclose expert testimony?
90 days before trial.
When must a party substitute in a new party under 4(m)? Think Krupski
How long must a party give the opposing party to respond to a Rule 11 violation letter under the Safe Harbor Rule?
How long does a party have to amend a pleading after serving it?
How long does a party have to respond to an amended pleading?
14 days or the amount of time left to respond to the original pleading, whichever is longer.
When must expert disclosures be made?
Within 90 days before trial.
When must a party file a summary judgement motion?
Within 30 days of the close of discovery.
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