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Category Archives: Discovery
We all know how to take depositions, but sometimes we forget the basics because we think we don’t have to prepare. Here’s a very simple outline of things to consider before you take a deposition. It’s a reminder of what we … Continue reading
I recently deposed an investigator hired by the defense who kept my client under surveillance over a long period of time. While you may not have had this happen to your client you may find the outline helpful. EXAMINATION OF … Continue reading
Does your state discovery rules allow you to ask the defendant about insurance coverage? If so, you should always take advantage of that right. Insist upon complete answers and don’t be satisfied with answers like “adequate insurance exists.” If allowed … Continue reading