Using 30(b)(6) to Win Your Case

Mark R. Kosieradzki

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Would you like a powerful tool in your cases against corporations, organizations, or governmental entities? In this video, the nation’s leading author on 30(b)(6) depositions, Mark Kosieradzki, teaches you how to use these depositions to win your case.

In under two hours, Kosieradzki introduces and expands upon the following key topics:

  • When you can use 30(b)(6)
  • Notice for the 30(b)(6)
  • Using 30(b)(6) depositions against nonparties
  • Using 30(b)(6) depositions to disprove the defendant’s claims and defenses
  • Using 30(b)(6) depositions to prove spoliation
  • 30(b)(2) document depositions
  • Dealing with objections and refusals to answer
  • Dealing with the 30(b)(6) deponent who knows nothing
  • Why being the “most knowledgeable” isn’t enough for a 30(b)(6) deponent
  • Sanctions for canceling a 30(b)(6) deposition


This is not a dull lecture on civil procedure. This is how David takes on Goliath. This presentation will transform even a veteran trial lawyer’s practice. Never again will you allow a corporate designee to claim they “don’t know anything,” or sit helplessly during your opposing counsel’s endless objections, obstruction, and deposition cancellations.

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DVD: 103 minutes; 1 disc; 1st edition (October 2016); ISBN: 978-1941007587
Publisher: Trial Guides, LLC

Disc 1 [01:43:02]

  1. The Challenge of Corporate Depositions
  2. Is There Another Approach?
  3. A Refresher on 30(b)(6)
  4. When Can You Use 30(b)(6)?
  5. The Logistics of 30(b)(6) Depositions
  6. Notice for the 30(b)(6)
  7. Using 30(b)(6) for the Defendant's Claims and Defenses
  8. Proving Spoliation
  9. The 30(b)(2) Document Deposition
  10. Dealing with Objections and Refusals to Answer: 30(b)(1)
  11. Dealing with the 30(b)(6) Deponent Who Knows Nothing
  12. Expose Your Opponent’s Obstruction
  13. Sanctions for Cancelling a Deposition
  14. Ensuring the Deponent is Binding the Entity
  15. The Deponent Must Provide “All Information Known or Reasonably Available” to the Entity
  16. The Binding Effect of 30(b)(6)
  17. Box in the Designee

Total running time: 1 hour, 43 minutes