CONTENT OF MEMORANDA IN SUPPORT OF DISCOVERY MOTIONS
The memorandum in support of a Rule 26 and 37 discovery motion must provide verbatim each disputed interrogatory, request, answer, response, or objection that underlies the motion. Generally those items should be set forth within the memorandum. If they are too numerous, however, the moving party may attach only the disputed items as an addendum to the memorandum.
The memorandum must also describe each issue in dispute and include a brief description of each party’s arguments and authorities.
Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(c), 37(a)