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Monday, 06 April 2020 22:42

Allstate Claims Recent Motion to Compel was Frivolous, Asks Court to Dismiss It

Written by Emmariah Holcomb, glassBYTEs.com

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“Defendants’ motion to compel is entirely baseless and should be denied, as the defendants are seeking to compel something that the plaintiffs have already agreed to do. This is a waste of this court’s resources, as well as the resources of undersigned counsel,” a portion of Allstate’s response reads.

 

Allstate claims it previously advised the defendants on multiple occasions that the company agreed to and were working to supplement its initial disclosures.

 

“Nonetheless, defendants’ misleading motion fails even to acknowledge that Allstate had already agreed to supplement the disclosures. Defendants made no attempt to confer with counsel for the plaintiffs regarding the motion to compel. Had they made any effort to confer before filing the motion to compel, counsel for plaintiffs could have explained what it was doing to gather the information and data to provide the requested calculations, and advised of plaintiffs’ plan to serve the supplemental disclosures prior to or concurrently with their response to Defendants’ motion to dismiss, which is now due by April 3, 2020,” a portion of Allstate’s response reads.

 

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