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March 1, 2011
Taking a Deposition for the First Time
It’s easy to remember or imagine how stressful it can be to take a witness’s deposition for the first time. It has to be worse that making a moot court argument in law school or conducting a mock deposition where the witness is one of your buddies.
Here is an article by Media, PA lawyer Michael Davey offering some tips to the first timer. It comes from “At Issue,” the online publication of the Young Lawyer’s Division of the Pennsylvania Bar Association. The issue also offers an article by Drew Rothman on presenting and defending discovery motions.
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