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A passenger suffered severe injuries in the crash of a small private jet. Seeking compensatory damages, the passenger filed a products liability action in federal district court against both the manufacturer of the aircraft and the manufacturer of the jet engine with which the aircraft was equipped. The aircraft manufacturer served interrogatories on the manufacturer of the engine, requesting it to list all reports in its possession concerning accidents during the last 10 years involving the type of engine involved in the crash and to list the individual(s) who conducted the investigation(s). The engine manufacturer assigned the task of responding to the interrogatory to one of its vice presidents for operations. Although the vice president oversees all of the engine manufacturer’s operations, she does not have all the information sought by the interrogatory. Some of the information is located in each of the engine manufacturer’s eight locations in various parts of the country.
How should the vice president respond to the interrogatory?CorrectIncorrect
The defendant was involved in a three-car accident with two other drivers. The first driver’s car was totaled and had an estimated replacement cost of more than $75,000. The second driver’s car was also totaled, and it had an estimated replacement cost of 30,000, and her medical bills were $50,000. The second driver sued first in federal court and served a request for admission on the defendant, asking him to admit that he was exceeding the posted speed limit by 50 miles per hour. The defendant admitted that fact.
May the other driver involved in the accident use this admission in her case in state court?CorrectIncorrect