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Case Blurb: R & R Sails; FRCP 26(g) Explained

Posted by rjbiii on June 17, 2008

Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26(g) requires that every discovery response be signed by an attorney and the signature “certifies that to the best of the persons’s knowledge, information, and belief formed after a reasonable inquiry” that the response is complete and correct. This rule is enforced by a mandatory sanction under Rule 26(g)(3), which reads:
If a certification violates this rule without substantial justification, the court, on motion or on its own, must impose an appropriate sanction on the signer, the party on whose behalf the signer was acting, or both. The sanction may include an order to pay the reasonable expenses, including attorney’s fees, caused by the violation.

R & R Sails Inc. v. Ins. Co. of Pa., 2008 WL 2232640 at *5 (S.D. Cal. Apr. 18, 2008 )

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