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Jeffrey Schwaber Presents at Deposition Skills Session

Date: October 13, 2015

Time: 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Speaker(s): Jeffrey M. Schwaber, J. Bradford McCullough

Event Type: Speaking Engagement

Sponsored By: Bar Association of Montgomery County, Maryland

Location: Bar Association of Montgomery County Classroom, 27 West Jefferson Street, Rockville, Maryland 20850

Depositions often are a crucial piece of any litigation. Stein Sperling attorney Jeff Schwaber will present at a Bar Association of Montgomery County, Maryland, course that will take attendants through what they need to know before, during and after a deposition.   

Topics will include:

  • Prepping to take a deposition (i.e., strategy, outlining and other organizational methods, meeting with your client, etc.);
  • Taking of the deposition (i.e., strategy, video v. non-video, objections, tips on how to read a witness, how to maintain control, how to listen to the witness and not be wed to your outline, etc.);
  • Defending a deposition, including prepping a witness;
  • Using deposition testimony; and
  • Conducting follow-up discovery after depositions

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