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December 14, 2009


Martin Adler, Esq.

Interesting. NJ state courts follow the same doctrine (R. 4:26-4), but it is not enough to just name John Does 1-100, you must describe the John Doe defendants by their presumed role (e.g., "believed to be manufacturers, distributors, etc.").

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