Juris Publishing, Incorporated, Jan 1, 1999
Antitrust Depositions is a practical guide to taking & defending depositions to complex antitrust litigation. The book leads the practitioner through the essential elements of each substantive area of antitrust law. It uses examples from actual depositions to demonstrate the questions that must be asked to establish claim or defense, as well as lines of questioning that should be avoided. In addition, examples from court decisions & trial transcripts are used to demonstrate the purpose & use of depositions in summary judgment motions, class certification motions, & at trial. Special chapters are devoted to deposing expert witnesses & class representatives, FTC-related discovery, & antitrust issues in intellectual property litigation. The guide also contains a thorough discussion on the use of deposition to foster settlement negotiations.
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