No. This is an example of protections under the the attorney-client privilege and normally an attorney will answer with an objection highlighting the attorney-client privilege. It would be up to the judge in the case to overrule this type of privilege. There are a number of other special privileges that protect information. Typically, when a party sends a set of interrogatories to our client, we send the pleading on to our client and explain to them that they should answer all of the questions that deal with factual matterslegal issue.

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