Business Finance
Boilerplate Discovery Objections

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Ediscovery assignment 3

Legal Field: Civil Litigation Focus Area: Boilerplate Discovery Objections

CASE: Wesley Corp. v. Zoom T.V. Prods., LLC, No. 17-10021, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 5068 (E.D. Mich. Jan. 11, 2018).

FACTS: In Wesley Corp, Plaintiff sought, among other things, a Motion to Compel Defendants’ responses to Plaintiff’s discovery. Plaintiff argued that Defendants’ use of boilerplate objections in the returned discovery requests were improper and constituted obstructionist behavior. Plaintiff asked the court to compel Defendants to provide proper responses to Plaintiff’s previously submitted interrogatories and requests for production. The court denied Plaintiff’s motions without prejudice and gave Defendants a second chance to adjust their responses. The court also warned both parties that additional intervention by the court in this discovery dispute would likely result in significant sanctions. INSTRUCTIONS: Beginning with Wesley and using available reference and case materials found on Lexis or in other sources, discuss: Why courts, in general, have such a strong distaste for boilerplate objections;What Federal Rules of Civil Procedure apply to boilerplate objections; andUnder what circumstances might a party find themselves sanctioned by the court for their ue of boilerplate objections in discovery responses. EXPLAIN FULLY.

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Boilerplate Objections

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Boilerplate objections

In whatever logic that may have caused the emergence of a laundry list of insouciant
general objections courts have corrected, they are futile for much more than wasting space and
irritating judges and that the lawyers should shun interposing them.
From the Wesley case, defendants ‘objections’ to the discovery requests are the
commonly ...

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