Taking Killer Corporate Representative Depositions under FRCP 30 (b)(6) and Rule 4:5 (b)(6) (2017-2018 Credit)

Published by Virginia Trial Lawyers Association


Summary

When, why and under what circumstances to depose a corporate representative under Virginia Supreme Court Rule 4:5(b)(6) or Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(6); how to use corporate depositions to create leverage in personal injury cases; and what to include in the corporate deposition notice in order to withstand objections and ensure that whatever the deponent says will be useful in the case.

Presenters
Ashley T. Davis
Ashley Davis is an Attorney in the Richmond, VA office of Allen & Allen. Ashley plays an integral role in the large and complex personal injury cases of the firm by identifying, analyzing and addressing legal issues that affect our clients' cases. Before joining Allen & Allen, Ashley spent ten years representing defendants and insurance companies in cases involving personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, products liability, automobile and trucking accidents, brain injury, premises...More

Originally Published

March 31, 2017


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This program contains the following components:

  • Taking Killer Corporate Representative Depositions under FRCP 30 (b)(6) and Rule 4:5 (b)(6) - Paper
  • Taking Killer Corporate Representative Depositions under FRCP 30 (b)(6) and Rule 4:5 (b)(6) - Video

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