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ITC Refuses to Include in Exhibits An Email Not Timely Produced During Discovery, ITC Blog

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In a recent order, ALJ Cheney denied Respondents’ attempt to supplement its exhibit list to include an email produced five months after the close of discovery, indicating a party’s obligation to supplement its discovery under Commission Rule 210.27(f) did not give it a right to have tardy discovery included on an exhibit list, introduced at an evidentiary hearing, or admitted into evidence.

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