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A Demonstration of Deposition Misconduct: Objections, Motions and More

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Date Published

September 23, 2019

Publisher

Mecklenburg County Bar

Subjects

Civil Litigation, Criminal Justice, Ethics

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Summary

Through a series of humorous vignettes and videos, the presenters discuss various ethical dilemmas that depositions can present. These include often missed or misunderstood nuances of the North Carolina Rules of Professional Conduct, North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure, Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, state and federal “Local Rules”, North Carolina Rules of Evidence, Federal Rules of Evidence, and opinions from North Carolina Courts and beyond.

John Reis, Rhonda Patterson, and Nancy Litwak as actors and moderators

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Presenters

John Reis
Esq. - Fox Rothschild LLP


Rhonda Patterson
Esq. - The Patterson Law Office PLLC


Nancy Litwak
Esq. - Rosenwood, Rose & Litwak


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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Deposition Misconduct - Video
Deposition Misconduct - Handout
Deposition Misconduct - Presentation Copy
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