How to survive a deposition

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J. Wiley & Sons, 1994 - Business & Economics - 170 pages
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Describes the skills needed to help win a case and avoid mistakes that may ruin it. Enables readers to understand what to expect and provides tips on how to dress, act and reply to questions when called upon to give a deposition. Each section features a sidebar callout summarizing advice for last-minute cramming. Includes samples from actual depositions to demonstrate how errors can occur.

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Contents

Discovery
1
Examination Before Trial
5
Ten Reasons for Depositions
7
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Mark Siegel was inspired by Cynthia Rylant's melodious homage to moonlit nights to take many long walks with only the full moon as his guide. The wonderfully atmospheric illustrations in "Long Night Moon" reflect many of the things he discovered on those nocturnal hikes. An up-and-coming visual artist and an aspiring author, Mark spends his days designing books for children. His first book, Lisa Wheeler's "Seadogs, " was published earlier this year. He lives with his wife, Siena, in New York.

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