3 edition of The executive"s guide to depositions found in the catalog.
The executive"s guide to depositions
John Franklin Lang
|Statement||John Franklin Lang.|
|LC Classifications||KF8900 .L36 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||405 p. :|
|Number of Pages||405|
|LC Control Number||2009417400|
“With this book, Sari joins the ranks of David Ball, Josh Karton, and other great nonlawyers who understand our jobs well enough to actually make a contribution to our cases and performance. Sari is a gifted teacher, and there is practical, trial-ready advice on nearly every page.”. Depositions: The Comprehensive Guide for Expert Witnesses The overwhelming majority of all testimony given by expert witnesses is given in depositions. This book shows expert witnesses how to excel during their depositions. Learn more.
The Supreme Judicial Court and its Executive Committee on Massachusetts Evidence Law today announced the release of the edition of the Massachusetts Guide to Evidence. The Justices of the Supreme Judicial Court recommend use of the Guide by the bench, bar, and public. "I commend the members of the Executive Committee for their excellent work updating the Massachusetts Guide to . In conventional proceedings, any party can use these discovery techniques without the judge's permission, except for depositions, which require that that parties agree to take depositions or that the judge order the taking of depositions after a party files a motion requesting permission to do so. (See Rules ) Scheduling Order or Conference.
In general, the apex doctrine prohibits the taking of such depositions of executives unless and until: 1) the plaintiff can show that the deponent has unique or superior knowledge of facts that are. Commentary 8 Technologies You Should Be Using in Your Depositions and Trials in From virtual proceedings and paperless depositions to real-time technologies and mobile capabilities.
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The Executives Guide to Depositions is a field manual for executives facing depositions in commercial cases. It is an indispensable treatise for anyone, including corporate counsel and educators, in need of an in-depth understanding of the strategies underlying taking and defending s: 0.
The Executive's Guide to Depositions is a field manual for executives facing depositions in commercial cases. It is an indispensable treatise for anyone, including corporate counsel and educators, in need of an in-depth understanding of the strategies underlying taking and defending depositions.5/5(2).
The Executive’s Guide to Depositions: A Practical Reference Explaining the Deposition Stage of Pre-Trial Discovery in Commercial Litigation. The Executive's Guide to Depositions, written by John Lang, an accomplished litigator, will be an invaluable tool to help financial professionals understand the process and the role of a testifier.
(Disclosure: Lang, a partner at Loeb & Loeb LLP, is a professional acquaintance for whom this author performed forensic services and who the author has opposed in litigation.).
The Deposition Guide discusses what deposition witnesses’ rights are and how witnesses can best prepare and handle themselves at their deposition, offering an easy-to-read, practical handbook dealing with the civil pretrial “discovery” process, including abuses to which a deposition witness 5/5(1).
Advocates and law students have long relied on The Effective Deposition to get essential know-how for the most critical step in discovery. In this updated Fourth Edition, David Malone and Peter Hoffman again apply their expertise as attorneys and educators to bring you critical information and insight.4/5(4).
For a host of reasons, special care needs to be taken in preparing high-level executives for deposition. Here are a few ways to set your CEO deposition up for success: There Is No Substitute for Time. One of the main challenges to preparing a CEO deposition is scheduling time to prepare.
Executives have full schedules, and your case probably is. The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) prepared this Guide to the Senior Executive Service (SES) as a tool for agency managers, senior executives, and other interested employees.
The guide provides general information about key features of the SES. The SES is comprised of the men and women charged with leading the Federal. Purpose of a Deposition. Depositions are extremely useful to opposing counsel.
In a deposition, the opposing counsel will want to find out what you know regarding the issues in your lawsuit so that they can prepare for your testimony in advance of trial.
Texas Discovery: A Guide to Taking and Resisting Discovery Under the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure Book Discovery is the largest cost in most.
Thorough, detailed, and comprehensively researched, this book reminds every lawyer that 30(b)(6) depositions are the overlooked and misunderstood gem of discovery.
Kosieradzki opens his briefcase, hands you his notes, and then explains in detail exactly how to use them to defeat the enemy. Curmudgeon's Guide pulls off - with great elan - a technique that many writers attempt, only to crash and burn in the face of its extraordinary degree of difficulty.
That technique is to deliver deadly accurate truths veiled in laugh-out-loud humor.". Winning at Deposition encourages lawyers to conduct a purpose driven deposition, demonstrating quite effectively that more often than not, less is more.
A terrific companion to Shane Read’s Winning at Trial, the book includes great practice tips that very succinctly capture the explanatory text.
This book should be on every litigator’s shelf.”/5(60). Citations to books vary based on the features of a particular publication. For example, the format is slightly different if a book has an editor rather than an author (Rule ). Be sure to carefully review the publication and consult Rule 15 in order to cite it correctly.
Additionally, the typeface used for books is different in academic writing. A GUIDE TO USING THE UIDDA The Uniform Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act (UIDDA) is a useful way to request discoverable documents which are located in another state via subpoena duces tecum.
While most states have adopted some form of UIDDA, others lag behind. As of February ,File Size: KB. In my some years of working with company witnesses as part of the discovery process, I’ve learned that the prospects of a deposition can stress even the most accomplished corporate executive.
One way of lowering their level of anxiety is to give them mileposts to follow as they prepare. Something that’s easy to remember but useful. About two weeks ago, a deposition Paula Deen gave in the midst of an employment discrimination lawsuit became public. To say she burned her roux would be an understatement.
I’ll leave to others the race and media issues: there’s plenty for us to explore as civil litigators, and much to learn from a disastrous celebrity deposition going public.
Nolo’s Deposition Handbook is a must-read for anyone taking, defending or facing a deposition. You’ll find all the information and instructions you need, whether or not a lawyer is representing you.
Packed with concrete suggestions and examples, this book explains how to arrange a convenient date, prepare for the deposition and respond to questions with Edition: 7th. The Interrogators' Guide to Depositions, Investigations, & Discovery: What Civil Trial Attorneys Can Learn from the World'S Best Interrogators John Morgenstern Esq.
out of 5 stars 2. Deposition Transcripts - Who Can Get What? 6/12/ | by Heather Duncan, Esq. Unlike most trial transcripts, a deposition transcript and the audio or video of deposition testimony are not public records. All parties to a case in which a deposition is taken, as well as a deponent are entitled to obtain a copy of a deposition transcript.7 Simple Tips for Taking Your First Deposition By: LUCIAN B.
MURLEY As originally published as a Special to the Legal Intelligencer, PLW, August _____ Lucian B. Murley is an Associate in the Bankruptcy and Restructuring Department of Saul Ewing’s Wilmington office.
Prior to joining the firm, Murley worked for over two years in the.During depositions of the plaintiff’s experts, Schlictmann objected strongly to certain lines of questioning, which he thought the lawyers had all agreed not to pursue until a later date. Following Schlictmann’s profanity-laced tirades in the deposition room, Jerome Facher filed a motion to have Judge Skinner censure Size: KB.