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Jonathan C. Schwartz, principal with Bressler, Amery & Ross. Jonathan C. Schwartz, principal with Bressler, Amery & Ross.

Parties in lawsuits frequently attempt to obtain documents or testimony from nonparty individuals or companies (also known as third parties) by serving them with a subpoena. When a third party receives a subpoena, it oftentimes is uncertain as to both its rights and responsibilities under the subpoena. As a result, the person or entity receiving the subpoena can miss critical deadlines and lose important protections. By having a process in place to handle a subpoena once received, a third party can avoid this.

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