Proving Your Premises Liability Case in One 30(b)(6) Deposition - On Demand CLE

Mark R. Kosieradzki

Format: On Demand Program
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Mark Kosieradzki’s bestselling book, 30(b)(6): Deposing Corporations, Organizations, and the Government, helped countless attorneys establish the foundational evidence they need to bring large entities to justice. Now, Kosieradzki, a nationally recognized trial lawyer and 30(b)(6) expert, shows how this deposition rule can help marshall evidence on routine premises liability cases.

In this one-hour video, you will learn how to establish dispositive evidence in a premises liability case using a single 30(b)(6) deposition. Discover how the 30(b)(6) deposition can fortify your case, build a record that supports punitive damages, and bind the defendant to established standards of conduct. Kosieradzki will pair video clips from his own past cases to illustrate how to formulate carefully crafted deposition questions.

This 30(b)(6) CLE will cover:

  • What a 30(b)(6) deposition is
  • The new “meet and confer” amendment introduced in December, 2020
  • Jurisprudence supporting the exploration of both facts and positions in a 30)(b)(6) deposition
  • Anticipating defendant objections to the notice of deposition
  • Case analyses that maximize the effectiveness of the 30(b)(6) deposition
  • Common defense tactics and landmines in a premises liability case
  • The art of building your case around one deposition
  • Establishing and supporting a claim for punitive damages
  • How to make the 30(b)(6) testimony binding

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On Demand Program: 78 Minutes
Original Air Date: 05/24/2023

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