Raising Objections to Text Document Exhibits

Factors to Consider in Making Foundation Objections and Content Objections: Deposition Skills, Defending

Whether to seek a stipulation on objections and possible terms for such stipulations. Deciding whether a foundation objection is available (competence of the witness, identification of the exhibit, relevance of the exhibit, and authentication of the exhibit). Using the content objections (hearsay, original document, policy objections, surprise) to a text document exhibit effectively.

Time: 18:27

Demonstrations:

Emily Reisbaum

Emily Reisbaum

Emily Reisbaum is a partner in her firm and experienced trial lawyer. Her litigation successes include cases involving breaches of contract relating ... - complete bio

Nicole Gueron

Nicole Gueron

Nicole Gueron is lead trial counsel for plaintiffs and defendants in commercial litigation and defends clients against complex government investigatio... - complete bio

Discussion:

Deanne Siemer

Deanne Siemer

Deanne Siemer is a trial lawyer from Washington, D.C. who has tried technology-driven commercial cases before juries in state and federal courts aroun... - complete bio

 

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