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Litigation Packet

Litigation Packet

Discovery Strategy: Effective Use of Rules 30(b)(2), 30(b)(6), and 34

UpdatedDec 19, 2020
CreatedMay 16, 2005
Delivery method: Download
  • Explores strategic discovery methods to compel complete production of documents and illustrates the interplay between Fed. R. Civ. P. 30(b)(2), 30(b)(6), and 34
  • Court documents including deposition transcripts and summaries, written discovery motions, and orders from interstate trucking, nursing care facility, federal land, and products liability cases which illustrate how 30(b)(2), 30(b)(6), and 34 can be used in conjunction with one another
  • Instructs on how to use 30(b)(6) to produce incident reports and other documents, as well as to elicit relevant electronic information
  • Motion, brief, case law, and AAJ Education papers addressing sanctions available when the defendant fails to comply with discovery requests
  • AAJ Education papers and Trial articles outlining the interplay between the rules of evidence and how to get what you are entitled to in discovery
  • Updated to include important information regarding the new 30(b)(6) meet-and-confer requirement, which went into effect on December 1, 2020