Webinar Date & Time: Monday, March 28, 2022 from 4:00 p.m. ET to 6:00 p.m. ET
Webinar Fee: $50
This Program is Online only
Thomas Jackson, Esq., author of the Practicing Law Institute’s The Deposition Handbook
Felicia Ellsworth, Esq., Partner, WilmerHale; member, Standing Advisory Committee on Rules of Civil Procedure
Honorable Kenneth Salinger, Massachusetts Superior Court (Business Litigation Session)
Depositions are the main discovery tool for obtaining the facts known by parties and third parties, to assess the objectivity of witnesses, and to challenge the conclusions of experts. Mastering the skills of the deposition process is crucial to litigation success. This program will improve your deposition skills by focusing on two key areas: depositions of corporate entities (pursuant to Massachusetts Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(6)) and experts. Among the topics in the program are:
- The process of taking and defending the deposition of a 30(b)(6) witness under both federal and state practices.
- Issues relating to the need for, selection of, and deposition of an expert witness under both federal and state rules.
- Discussion of the use of corporate entities and expert witnesses’ depositions at trial
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