subpoena


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Synonyms for subpoena

a writ issued by court authority to compel the attendance of a witness at a judicial proceeding

serve or summon with a subpoena

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Our first order of business when anyone requests access to a customer's private information is to refuse, absent a valid subpoena or court order, which we then scrutinize as we did with Rightscorp's illegal subpoena in this matter," said Christopher Bunce, Senior Vice President and General Counsel for Birch.
Changes in subpoena rules may also be in the works for the Senate, although traditions of bipartisanship are much deeper in that body.
Contact your risk adviser regarding any subpoenas for assistance with evaluating the underlying litigation and the obligation to comply.
Part II of this article outlines the legislative background which led Congress to authorize the subpoena duces tecum at an Article 32 investigation.
Be sure that the documents being produced fit the description of the documents requested in the subpoena.
It also allows collectors to subpoena third-party entities, such as credit unions, if they have a "reasonable belief" that the third party has information that will help collect the debt.
OSHA uses the statutory subpoena power in various ways, including as a discovery mechanism after citations and penalties are issued, as well as in the initial investigation phase, to gather evidence before is suing any enforcement actions.
It received the subpoena in October and disclosed it in its third-quarter filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission filed last Wednesday.
In continuing education courses for agents and brokers, I often have referred to a subpoena as "your invitation to become a defendant.
Instead, the court held that "[b]y its own terms, the FAA's subpoena authority is defined as the power of the arbitration panel to compel non-parties to appear 'before them;' that is, to compel testimony by non-parties at the arbitration hearing.
Brian Oxman, Joe's lawyer, sent two subpoenas to the UCLA Medical Center.
ELIZABETH'S HOSPITAL RECEIVED A SUBPOENA TO PRODUCE ITS RECORDS ON KYOUNG SUK KIM, A FORMER PATIENT INVOLVED IN A DIVORCE CASE.
The document, which was labeled "SECRET" at the top and bottom of each page, was even less interesting than it sounds, but that did not stop the Justice Department from serving the ACLU with a grand jury subpoena demanding "any and all copies" of it.
4) Additionally, the MFCU can subpoena witnesses or materials, including medical records relating to Medicaid recipients, within or outside the state, and through any duly designated employee, administer oaths and affirmations and collect evidence for possible use in either civil or criminal judicial proceedings.
An insurance company defending against a property or business income coverage claim may need to subpoena documents from third parties who have business relationships with the insured.