Howard Klein's book may not prevent the demise of the deposition
, but it will help new and experienced attorneys focus on strategic and tactical considerations in preparing for, taking, and defending them.
In light of the IRS' limited ability to take depositions
, it has relied upon other discovery methods--requests for production of documents under Rule 72, written interrogatories under Rule 71 and cross-examination at trial--to prove its case.
are Maalox moments and may be about as much fun as a root canal.
Assessing the mercury health risks associated with coal-fired power plants: impacts of local depositions
The Illinois Appellate Court garnered some comment from practitioners in the blogosphere when it explained the difference between discovery and evidence depositions
in a recent case, Berry v American Standard, Inc, 888 NE2d 740, 2008 WI 2132141 (5th D).
EsquireConnect simplifies the process of scheduling depositions
at any time, from any location and for any deposition
The Joint Motion noted that the parties were not asking the ALJ to determine at that point whether particular depositions
were for discovery purposes or for preservation of testimony purposes.
have become breeding grounds for a myriad of unprofessional and dilatory conduct.
Each volume includes actual depositions
conducted by the authors from various topical areas of relevant law.
To better understand the generalizability of controlled animal PM exposures to human health, the regional inhaled particle depositions
in mice from the freeway study will be determined.
The technology to take depositions
over the Internet exists.
in the case have included interviews of Gennifer Flowers and other women claiming extramarital affairs with Clinton, raising the question of how far from Jones' allegations today's deposition