Conducted properly, a deposition can lead to a favorable verdict, summary
judgment in your favor, or settlement on favorable terms for your client.
Conversely, a deposition handled improperly can result in a settlement on
unfavorable terms and/or a loss at trial.
In this May 23, 2016, 3.3-hour program,
Michael J. Hutter, Esquire, who has many years of experience, explains the
law and rules governing depositions. He then gives many practical tips regarding
preparing the deponent, taking the deposition, and using the deposition at
trial. Every attorney involved with depositions will find this program to be
Mr. Hutter is Professor of Law at Albany Law School where he teaches Advanced Evidence
and other courses. He is also Special Counsel to the Albany, New York law
Powers & Santola, LLP.
TABLE OF CONTENTS AND SAMPLE PAGES:
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Initial procedural considerations
Conducting the deposition
Preparing the deponent for the deposition
Taking the deposition
Use of the deposition at trial
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