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Civil Practice – Discovery – Non-Party Subpoena – Direct Competitor (access required)

ARRIS Group, Inc. v. CyberPower Systems (USA), Inc. (Lawyers Weekly No. 020-064-17, 14 pp.) (Adam Conrad, J.) 2017 NCBC 57 Holding: Subcontractor CyberPower, which lost its subcontract and is being sued by contractor ARRIS, can subpoena its replacement subcontractor, Delta Products Corp., for some documents, including the new contract between ARRIS and Delta, to the extent ...

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