What Should a Non-Party to a Lawsuit Do If Served with a Subpoena Duces Tecum?

What Should a Non-Party to a Lawsuit Do If Served with a Subpoena Duces Tecum? | Bart Eagle

{4 minutes to read} From time to time, individuals and companies will be served with a subpoena requesting the production of documents that may be relevant to a litigation in which that person or company is not a party. The person or party served may have no interest in the outcome of the litigation, no real knowledge of the underlying dispute, and may not have even known that it existed. What should that subpoenaed person or party do? What are their legal responsibilities?

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