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SR

If you are in New York the answer is NEVER. Well, almost never.

FredN.

The "When to Serve Interrogatories" link is bad.

Also, how does Ron Miller's advice to file interrogatories at the time he files a complaint jibe with IL SCR 201:

d) Time Discovery May Be Initiated. Prior to the time all defendants have appeared or are required to appear, no discovery procedure shall be noticed or otherwise initiated without leave of court granted upon good cause shown

Evan

I fixed the link, thanks.

Ron Miller doesn't practice in Illinois. In Illinois, his advice would have to be altered slightly to comport with IL SCR 201.

FredN.

Got it, thanks.

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