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I am off base. You are right it is about failing to accommodate
They have asked for production of documents over 10 years of work, tax returns etc.
I have an 80% disability for PTSD, my doctors have told me recently that they are recommending a 100% rating,
It is very difficult for me to concentrate and it aggravates the depression where I can't function I have no options but to dismiss
what can expect when I file the motion to dismiss
thank you for your help
do I need to state a reason for dismissal, can the other party object ? and ask for monies , what happens if they do
can they file a counter suit after receiving the motion to dismiss
reading rule 41 (a)(1) if the defendants have filed an answer does this mean an answer to the amended complaint?
which rule applies
so the action is dismissed and they file a counter suit no doubt for their legal fees
than the whole suit begins again
how does the the court view this counter suit for their fees and can they be successful?
They cannot file a countersuit once the action is dismissed. They cannot open a new suit simply to ask for legal fees.
I am sorry ely
I am confused I file a motion to dismiss by court order or without court order. the local rules say I need to file three days before motion is heard
that gives the defendants time to answer is that when they will file a counter claim, what is the content of the counter claim?
I just need this whole thing to go away before I end up in the hospitial
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