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Rule 7037-1. Failure to Cooperate in Discovery

Part VII. Adversary Proceedings

          The court will only consider a discovery motion in which the moving party, in the motion, shows that after personal consultation with opposing parties and sincere attempts to resolve differences, the parties cannot reach an accord. The showing must state the date, time, and place of the communications and the names of all participating persons. “Personal consultation” means person-to-person conversation, either in person or on the telephone. An exchange of letters, faxes, voice mail messages, or e-mails is personal consultation upon a showing that person-to-person conversation was attempted but thwarted by the nonmoving party.