Best Practices When The Corporate Client Is Deposed

By on December 13, 2018

December 13, 2018

Depositions of company employees are an increasingly important component of corporate litigation, and in major cases they can go on for hours, and even days. E-discovery, with its ability to access and categorize minutiae, has increased both the demand and the importance of corporate witness testimony. Those at the receiving end of this onslaught – institutional clients and their employees – can benefit from a consistent and cohesive approach to preparation. Some basic principles, as outlined in this guide by Shook Hardy litigator Matthew Keenan, include staying within your area, carefully listening to what’s being asked, and “acceptance of the obvious.”

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