It’s easy to fall into the trap of not nailing things down in deposition as well as you thought you did. Check out one expert’s advice for getting the deposition testimony you’ll need for your summary judgment motion.
In this short video clip, attorney Karen Kimmey of Farella, Braun & Martel in San Francisco tells how she uses real-time transcripts to make sure to get admissions during depo that she’ll need for a summary judgment motion.
Get many more practical tips from the panel of experts in CEB’s program How to Write A Persuasive Summary Judgment Motion or Stellar Opposition to One, available On Demand. And for everything you need to know about successfully moving for and opposing a summary judgment motion, make sure you have CEB’s California Summary Judgment.
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- 8 Questions to Ask Before Making the Move for Summary Judgment
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- 10 Tips for Optimizing Your Opposition to a Summary Judgment Motion
- 10 Things to Check Before Moving for Summary Judgment
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