Bernina of Am., v. Imageline, Inc., No. 10 C 4917, Slip Op. (N.D. Ill. Jan. 18, 2011) (Shadur, Sen. J).

Judge Shadur sua sponte ordered defendant to correct its answer. Two paragraphs stated that defendant lacked information and belief sufficient to answer and, based upon that, denied the contentions. The Court explained that denying a contention for which one lacked information and belief was "oxymoronic." The Court gave defendant time to file a paper removing the relevant denials.