Legal Question in Administrative Law in District of Columbia
The plaintiff-counter-defendant filed a motion to dismiss the case. The defendant-counter-plaintiff wanted to take deposition from plaintiff-counter-defendant. Is it legal?
Asked on 1/29/07, 7:53 am
1 Answer from Attorneys
G. Joseph Holthaus III Law Offices of G. Joseph Holthaus
Need to know what type of case and where it is filed. But, where properly filed the original defendant may still have an active action. The deposition may be proper and you really should discuss the details with an attorney.
Answered on 1/29/07, 6:13 pm
Related Questions & Answers
Surpreme court judges what are the 9 judges names? Asked 10/08/06, 5:48 pm in United States District of Columbia Administrative Law