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The Increasing Role of Ediscovery in Deposition Preparation Plus a PowerPoint Mistrial

By Kathryn Hughes | Thursday, December 27, 2012

Originally published in the November 12, 2012 issue of LitigationWorld: Earlier this year, you learned how to use a Rule 30(b)(6) deposition. In this issue of LitigationWorld, ediscovery blogger and deposition expert Joshua Gilliland explains how not to use one. Josh analyzes an opinion issued last month in which the court let Google off the hook as a non-party deposition witness. You'll learn how the parties could have prevented this outcome through the judicious use of early case assessment software. Also, don't miss the LitigationWorld Pick of the Week to learn why the Washington State Supreme Court felt that the PowerPoint presentation given by a prosecutor during his closing argument warranted a mistrial.

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