Many are made without the knowledge of the opposing party.
What does OP stand for?
OP stands for Opposing Party (legal notation and billing)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 29 other meanings of OP in our Acronym Attic
- Operationssaal (German: Operating Room)
- Operator (IRC)
- Operator Panel
- Operator Personal
- Opponens Pollicis
- Opponents Pollicis
- Opportunities Page (CECOM)
- Opportunity (Ads)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The extra language suggested by the committee and approved by the board reads: "In addition to concerns regarding the confidentiality of client information, there are concerns about disclosure of sensitive information of others, such as an opposing party or third party.
If a subpoenaed record that is said to have been destroyed is found, a summary judgment for the opposing party can be awarded or a charge of obstructing justice levied.
As such, AGE is charged with knowing that materials reviewed by a testifying expert must be preserved and eventually produced to the opposing party.
Wallace (2002) when it suggested that an expert witness could be sued for negligence not only by his own client but also by the opposing party against whom the expert testifies.
If the opposing party is particularly obstreperous, pursuing sanctions will require additional motions and hearings.