Discovery Stage: Getting The Information You Need
Learn about the discovery stage, where the parties have the chance to learn (or “discover”) what evidence the other side has. During this stage, the parties are required to exchange certain documents and information. But if there’s other specific information you need – from the other side or from a third-party witness – you can use the discovery tools to try and get it.
Getting Information From The Other Side
Learn what information you must give to the other side at the very start of the case - and what information the other side must give to you. Also find out how "discovery" can be used to to get the documents and evidence you need to support your case.
Responding To The Other Side's Requests For Information
Learn what to do if you have received written discovery requests from the other side. These might include requests to produce documents, or to answer written questions (called “interrogatories”), or to admit or deny certain facts (called “request for admissions”).