John Doe Defendants - Federal vs. State Court
By: C. Stephen Stack, Jr.
Although the federal and state court rules of civil procedure largely mirror one another, one difference which is particularly important when a suit is filed toward the end of the state of limitations period is the use of fictitious parties or John Doe defendants. See attached article for a detailed explanation.
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