Preparing for Your Deposition: A Comprehensive Guide to the Deposition Process for Physicians and Other Professionals
A must-read for any professional, whether as a reference text or as a quick source for helpful tips in the event of a lawsuit. It acts as a defense against the trial lawyer's most powerful weapon, the deposition. Addresses such issues as the attorney-client relationship, tricky questions to counter during depositions, and psychological warfare and tactics.
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Your Deposition is a Dangerous Experience
Your Relationship with Your Attorney
Your Expert Witness Can Help
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