Blog Posts in 2018

Everything Law School Didn't Teach You About Depositions

Law school does a great job of preparing you for the courtroom, but many attorneys find themselves unprepared for what is sure to become a central aspect of their jobs—depositions. Depositions ...
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What to Consider Before Presenting Evidence at a Trial

Because everything you say during a trial will be part of the court transcript, there are many things you should consider before presenting evidence for the record. Keep in mind that the court ...
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Basic Rules for Answering Questions Under Oath

https://youtu.be/4P5pCsDP9U0 When you are preparing clients for depositions, there are four simple rules you can use to help them give truthful answers without adding extraneous information to the ...
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Using and Adjusting Your Deposition Outline

An outline can be a helpful tool for preparing for a deposition, but it shouldn’t become restrictive. Treating your outline as a rough draft instead of the final version will give you the ...
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Getting Ready for a Video Deposition

Even if your client has previously given a deposition, he or she might be surprised at how much they’ve changed. These days, video depositions near San Jose are considered standard. This means ...
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