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Depositions: Procedure, Strategy & Technique, 3d, 2017-2018 ed. (Trial Practice Series)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2017
Service #: 11470396
Sub #: 11470395
Pages: 764
Publication frequency: Updated annually
Update method: Replacement pages

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Depositions: Procedure, Strategy & Technique, 3d, 2017-2018 ed. (Trial Practice Series)

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This extensive resource offers complete coverage of deposition practice and procedure, discussing proven strategies and techniques used by the most successful attorneys in the nation. The entire deposition process is presented in chronological order, from pre-deposition planning to the use of transcript at the trial. Fully explains procedural requirements, with references to Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and pertinent case law. Examines the preparation and use of depositions by both deposing and defending counsel. Extensive practice aids, including worksheets, outlines, checklists, and sample pleadings provide all the information and advice required to make a successful deposition.

Features

  • Provides extensive forms, worksheets, outlines, checklists, and sample pleadings
  • Complete coverage of deposition practice and procedure
  • Allows fast, easy, and on-point research
  • Presented in a clear, chronological order, for ease-of-use
  • Discusses the preparation and use of depositions by both deposing and defending counsel
  • Includes proven strategies and techniques
  • Updated annually
  • Explains procedural requirements, referring to Federal Rules of Civil Procerdure and pertinent case law