How to Excel during Depositions: Techniques for Experts That Work

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An indispensable resource for all experts. How to Excel During Depositions has been written as a companion volume to the authors' best-selling text How To Excel During Cross-ExaminationHow to Excel During Depositions clearly and simply explains exactly what to do and what not to do during all phases of the deposition process including: scheduling, preparation, dealing with documents and subpoenas, answering counsel's questions, avoiding abuse, and collecting your fee. The authors teach by example and have...
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Overview

An indispensable resource for all experts. How to Excel During Depositions has been written as a companion volume to the authors' best-selling text How To Excel During Cross-ExaminationHow to Excel During Depositions clearly and simply explains exactly what to do and what not to do during all phases of the deposition process including: scheduling, preparation, dealing with documents and subpoenas, answering counsel's questions, avoiding abuse, and collecting your fee. The authors teach by example and have included over 150 examples of question and answer exchanges from depositions. Each example contains a "lesson" in which the authors emphasize what should be learned from it. Also included is a detailed index, deposition checklist, select Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and much more.

About the Author:

Steven Babitsky, Esq., is the president of SEAK, Inc. He was a personal injury trial attorney for 20 years and is the former managing partner of the firm Kistin, Babitsky, Latimer & Beitman. Attorney Babitsky is the editor of The Expert Witness Journal and the seminar leader for the National Expert Witness and Litigation Seminar. Mr. Babitsky is the co-author of the text How to Excel During Cross-Examination: Techniques for Experts that Work. Attorney Babitsky is the co-developer and trainer for the "How To Be an Effective Medical Witness" seminar and the screenwriter for the video How to Be an Effective Medical Witness.

James J. Mangraviti, Jr., Esq., is a former trial lawyer with experience in defense and plaintiff personal injury law and insurance law. He currently serves as vice-president and general counsel of SEAK, Inc. Mr. Mangraviti received his BA degree in mathematics summa cum laude from Boston College and his JD degree cum laude from Boston College Law School. His publications include the texts The Independent Medical Examination Report: A Step-by-Step Guide with Models, How to Excel During Cross-Examination: Techniques for Experts that Work, and The Successful Physician Negotiator: How to Get What You Deserve. He was the screenwriter for SEAK's 1999 videos The Expert Medical Deposition and The Expert Deposition: How to Be an Effective and Ethical Witness.  Mr. Mangraviti has trained hundreds of expert witnesses across the United States and Canada.

Disc. basic law & procedures; preservation of evidence, dis- covery; preparation, documents, demeanor; fees, billing.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781892904003
  • Publisher: SEAK, Inc. Legal and Medical Information Systems
  • Publication date: 4/28/1999
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 284

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