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Pre-Deposition Tips: How to Prepare to Take a Deposition- Plaintiff’s Perspective

by: Prince, Glover & Hayes May 7, 2010

Steps of Preperation: To really be ready to take a deposition, you need to know four things: the lawyer, the deponent, the subject matter and the rules. The Lawyer With the advent of listservs and the internet, it is easy to find out information on opposing counsel. Some opposing lawyers require more patience than others, […]

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Pre-Deposition Tips: How to Prepare to Take a Deposition- Plaintiff’s Perspective

by: Prince, Glover & Hayes May 4, 2010

PURPOSES OF A DEPOSITION There are four primary reasons to take a deposition: The first (and probably most important) reason is to get what I call “…the good, the bad and the ugly.” Yes, it is to acquire information valuable to your case and to help further your discovery efforts. A deposition should tell you […]

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Pre-Deposition Tips: How to Prepare to Take a Deposition- Plaintiff’s Perspective

by: Prince, Glover & Hayes April 29, 2010

Background There has been a continuing evolution of the importance of conducting discovery in general, and deposition taking specifically, since I began the practice of law in 1975. Both have morphed into very important tools of representation, not just litigation. This is not so much an observation as it is a blueprint for success. To […]

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