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Depositions: should you go to defendant’s deposition?

Two search terms today, so two opportunities for me to go nuts. (Well, three, really…but you know what I’m talking about so I won’t specify.) (1) my lawyer filed a lawsuit but did not let me attend defendant’s deposition (2) … Continue reading

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Depositions: what not to do at yours

Even if you’re a celebrity. (You’d think actors would get depositions. After all, a deposition is in essence a scripted performance. Maybe that’s the problem, maybe they’re sick of being scripted and want off the reservation. Maybe I’m wandering from … Continue reading

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Depositions: what happens when defendants stall?

I’ve had numbers of search strings asking about depositions. Several wonder what happens if defendants are not deposed. I’m thinking that last point has something to do with stalling, i.e., defendants keep putting off being deposed. So could there be … Continue reading

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