What Legal Professionals Need To Know About Deposing and Defending Corporate Entities, Non-Profit Organizations, Government Agencies and Their Representatives.
The ability to depose corporations, corporate entities, non-profit organizations, government agencies and their representatives under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(6) is one of the most powerful and effective tools available to a litigator. In this on-demand webinar, we will explain the strategy and procedure of corporate depositions. We will discuss:
- What a corporate deposition is;
- When, why and under what circumstances a corporate representative can (and should) be deposed;
- Advantages of disadvantages of taking a corporate deposition under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(6);
- Differences between corporate depositions and fact witness depositions;
- How to draft a corporate deposition notice;
- When and how to object to corporate deposition notices that are improper;
- Preparing the corporate representative for the deposition;
- Where corporate depositions may be conducted; and,
- Motions for protective order / motions to compel.
This on-demand webinar will cover what you need to know about corporate depositions from both sides of the table. If you are a legal professional who works with or against corporate entities, this is one presentation that you do not want to miss.