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Deposition Practice and Procedure: How to Take and Use Deposition - SK041910

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This product includes audio files and electronic materials for the “Deposition Practice and Procedure: How to Take and Use Deposition Testimony Effectively" CLE, presented on April 19, 2010.

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Program Time
2.0 Hours


About the Program

The deposition is a powerful tool for litigators.  Learning how to effectively take and use deposition testimony can give your client an advantage in any case.  This outstanding panel of distinguished litigators will teach you how to effectively depose opposing parties and witnesses, and how best to use deposition testimony to your client’s advantage. 

Faculty and Speakers


·         William H. Champlin III, Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP, Hartford

·         Stewart I. Edelstein, Cohen & Wolf P.C., Bridgeport

·         Jennifer S. Mullen, Faulkner & Boyce P.C., New London


Program Co-Chairs

·         Kara M. Burgarella, Faulkner & Boyce P.C., New London

·         Amy E. Drega, Hinckley, Allen & Snyder LLP, Hartford

·         Heather R. Spaide, Cohen & Wolf P.C., Bridgeport



Who Should Purchase

This seminar will benefit any litigation associate looking for new and effective strategies for taking depositions, defending depositions, and using deposition testimony strategically and effectively.  Although newly admitted attorneys may find the program especially beneficial, more experienced attorneys will also benefit from the insights and perspectives offered by the panel and from the update on relevant caselaw.