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Third District: Certiorari, Vouching Limits

Under rule 2.515(a), an attorney may be required to supply a client’s address and vouch for the attorney’s authority to represent the party. Does that rule permit a trial court to order an attorney to disclose the names of a corporate defendant’s shareholders or beneficial owners? No, said the Third District in this decision, which quashed such an order with a writ of certiorari.

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