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  • Preparing a Non-Party Witness for Preservation of Testimony

Setting up for taking a deposition to preserve testimony



Considerations in making the decision whether to represent the non-party witness when you represent a party to the litigation. Making sure you have met all the procedural requirements including informed consent, an adequate retainer agreement, limitations on payments to the witness, and making objections at the deposition.



Time: 16:03





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Preparing a Non-Party Witness for Preservation of Testimony

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Demonstrations:

Chris Fitzgerald

Chris Fitzgerald

Chris Fitzgerald began doing trial work during law school with the Defender Clinic at City University of New York Law School and with the refugee unit... - 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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