After your case is filed, the parties will engage in a process called "discovery", where each side is permitted to request relevant facts or evidence from the opposing party in an effort to build their case and prepare for trial.
In litigation, a process known as "discovery" allows each party to uncover all the relevant facts of the respective case. The goal is to limit the number of surprises at trial, but how is discovery accomplished? When does discovery begin? What role does the plaintiff play in the discovery process?
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