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Devastating Depositions 1.5 New York Skills Credits

A deposition is part of a party's discovery plan, albeit a very important, if not the most important, part. Conducted properly, a deposition can lead to favorable results. Conducted poorly or improperly, it can lead to unfavorable results.

In this 1.5-hour, November 15, 2022 presentation, Michael J. Hutter, Esquire, covers key topics including planning, governing rules, conducting the deposition, privilege issues, use at trial, and more. In addition, he provides many practical warnings and tips.

Mr. Hutter is Professor of Law at Albany Law School where he teaches Evidence, Federal Jurisdiction/Practice, and other courses. He has received numerous honors, including the Albany Law School Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Schenectady County Bar Association's President's Award. Mr. Hutter is also Special Counsel to the Albany, New York law firm of Powers & Santola, LLP.

Major topics include:
Depositions as part of discovery
- proportionality and more
- purpose of the deposition
- keys to successful depositions
- privilege considerations
Initial procedural considerations
- governing rules
- FRCP provisions
- special situations
Conducting The Deposition
- basic starting points
- examination of deponent
- objecting to questions
- breaks and conferring with witness
Privilege Issues
Use Of The Deposition At Trial
- evidentiary uses
- effect of 2013 amendments to FRCP 45(c)

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Price: $38.00
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AZ 1.5 General Credits
CA 1.5 General Credits
CO 2 General Credits, Expires 2024-12-31
CT 1.5 General Credits
DE 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2024-11-14
FL 2 General Credits inc. 2 Civil Trial Credits, Course #2210358N, Expires 2024-07-31
GA 1.5 Trial Skills Credits, Expires 2024-12-31
IN 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2024-12-31
KY 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2025-06-30
NV 1.5 General Credits, Course ID # P_20230101_50508_2, Expires 2026-12-31
NJ 1.8 General Credits
NM 1.5 General Credits
NY 1.5 Skills Credits for "Experienced Attorneys" ONLY (attorneys seeking NY credit must ALWAYS place their orders from the New York page)
NC 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2025-02-28
OH 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2024-12-31
PA 1.5 General Credits
TN 1.50 General Credits, Expires 2024-11-14
TX 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2024-12-31
VA 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2024-10-31
VT 1.5 General Credits, Expires 2024-11-14
WA 1.5 Law & Legal Procedure Credits Activity ID #1223838
WV 1.8 General Credits

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