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Deposition Rules, 5th Edition
The Essential Handbook to Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How
By David M. Malone
For 18 years, practitioners have relied on Deposition Rules as a go-to resource for answers and information on deposition procedures. This fifth edition revision provides answers for the most common—and uncommon—deposition questions.
Author David Malone has separated the chapters in Deposition Rules with a ‘Who, What, When, Where, Why, How’ format. This user-friendly layout is intuitive and efficient, allowing practitioners to find answers to a specific question quickly. Malone addresses questions as basic as “When may you take a break?” and as complex as “What must be supplemented in a non-expert’s deposition?” Deposition Rules also includes Practice Comments, which provide specific, in-depth examples for many of the questions answered. Deposition Rules, 5th Edition, also references the 2010 updates of Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, as well as the complete 2011 rewrite of Federal Rules of Evidence.
This reference book is an essential resource for any busy practitioner. Deposition Rules can provide you with the confidence and information needed to excel at taking depositions.
About the Author
David M. Malone is widely regarded as one of the most influential trial consultants in America. He is an esteemed trial attorney, author, teacher and consultant, and has been a leader in courtroom communication and mock trial development.
David is also the bestselling author of The Effective Deposition (look for the fourth edition later this summer!)
ISBN: 978-1-60156-172-5 ∙ 118 Pages ∙ Retail Price: $35.00
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