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On December 1, 2020, Rule 30(b)(6) was amended to establish the need for a “meet and confer” before taking a 30(b)(6) deposition. Some states have amended their rules to conform to the federal rule; others have added different provisions within their own rules. Powerful interests petitioned the Federal Rules Committee in an attempt to water down Rule 30(b)(6). Strategies to evade disclosures from 30(b)(6) depositions have evolved, and you will need to update your tactics in order to effectively adapt.
In this presentation, Mark Kosieradzki, the author of 30(b)(6): Deposing Corporations, Organizations, and the Government, highlights how to implement the rule change into your practice, and shares his new approach to neutralizing objections to document/ESI discovery and more. This ninety-minute 30(b)(6) deposition video will cover:
- An overview of Rule 30(b)(6)
- Duties of the responding organization
- Duties of the requesting party
- How to use FRCP 30(b)(6) to neutralize discovery objections
- How to effectively implement the change to Rule 30(b)(6)
FRCP 30(b)(6) can be a very effective method of discovery in your cases. Watch this deposition CLE to learn how the change in the law will impact these depositions moving forward.