Overcoming New Defense Discovery Obstruction Tactics During COVID-19
APRIL 14, 2020 | ONLINE | 2:00-3:30 PM ET
About the Webinar:
The legal landscape is rapidly changing, and defense counsel are seeking out new, innovative tactics to obstruct discovery in the COVID-19 climate. What are the defense attorneys' duties to respond to discovery requests, produce witnesses, and keep cases moving forward during the coronavirus pandemic? How can trial lawyers eliminate obstructive depositions with Rule 30(b)(6)? Find out all of this and more with Mark Kosieradzki and Carma Henson.
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Discovery: Lawyer's Responsibility During COVID-19
- Model Rules of PRofessional Conduct
- Rule 3.4: Obstruction Prohibited- Considerations for Written Discovery and Depositions
- Ethical Duty Not to Obstruct
- Rule 26 Disclosures
Preempting Objections with 30(b)(6)
- General 30(b)(6)
- Foundation Deposition
- Submitting Motions on the Written Record
Question & Answer Session
Seth L. Cardeli
Janet, Janet & Suggs, LLC
Carma L. Henson
Henson Fuerst, PA
Kosieradzki Smith Law Firm, LLC
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