5 weekly sessions
Rule 30(b)(6) Has Been Amended! Learn About the New Rule and How to Use It
About the Program
Many people think Rule 30(b)(6) is only for big federal cases, major corporate litigation, complex product liability, mass tort, or commercial litigation cases. That is a mistake. Anytime you want to get information from any corporation, organization or the government, then this program is for you.
The rule isn’t restricted to Federal litigation. Most states have procedure rules that mirror Fed. R. Civ. P. 30(b)(6) and virtually every state looks to the Federal Rules to interpret the State Rules.
This program will teach you how to craft a 30(b)(6) notice, as well as the case law explaining what are the areas you can ask about. You will learn how to deal with objections under the new meet and confer requirement. The program will also arm you with the Rules that define the obligations of the producing organization. Understand the Rules so you can establish foundational questions needed to build a record to successfully compel production of information.
Registration includes a copy of Mark Kosieradzki's e-book 30(b)(6): Deposing Corporations, Organizations & the Government.
Non-member plaintiff attorneys can attend this program! Contact email@example.com for more information.
Answers to many frequently asked questions are available online. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 622-1791 or (202) 965-3500 ext. 8613. Education FAQs