Initial Disclosures

Crushendo defines this key bar prep and civil procedure term.

What does Initial Disclosures mean?

initial disclosures – The first disclosures between parties in a legal case that normally must occur within 14 days of the mandatory discovery planning conference. Initial disclosures require claim-supporting documents, likely witness information, insurance agreements, and the computation of damages.

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