Learn why being prepared is vital to a good deposition.
Taking time for preparation before a deposition is important and worth the time invested. From creating an outline to reference during the deposition that will help you the main questions but won't make you sound like a robot reading off a list, to having your documents and exhibits numbered and in order so you are not fumbling through them during the deposition, these steps taken in advance will be incredibly helpful while you are taking or defending a deposition. This video reviews effective questioning and discusses the importance of keeping a clean record - if you didn't put it on the record then it didn't happen.
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