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A great case needs great evidence. The best case framing, storytelling, and presentation techniques don’t mean a thing in the face of an organization’s evasive tactics to hide information you have a right to see. Now, Mark Kosieradzki, the foremost expert on 30(b)(6) depositions, provides the powerful answers you need to get that evidence in 30(b)(6): Deposing Corporations, Organizations, and the Government.
Using detailed examples, practical samples, and approachable language, Kosieradzki breaks down Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(6) and offers the techniques you need use it to its greatest potential. 30(b)(6) is the key to navigating the bureaucratic maze and building a substantial record of the defense’s words and documents to hold them accountable in front of a jury. It offers advice on communicating with cagey representatives, dealing with the defense’s obstacles, and performing effective and efficient 30(b)(6) depositions in all fifty states.
For years, advocates have quibbled over the thirty-eight deceptively simple words of Rule 30(b)(6) and asked themselves, “How do I depose something that isn’t a person?” 30(b)(6): Deposing Corporations, Organizations, and the Government is the definitive tool you need to cut through the smokescreens and end the runaround once and for all.