June 2, 2021
Knoxville Bar Association
Civil Litigation, Trial Practice
The CLE program "Tips for Avoiding Deposition Disasters" was originally presented and recorded on June 2, 2021.
Litigators know that the deposition is a crucial opportunity to evaluate an adversary’s case, challenge key theories and witnesses, and to seek admissions for use in a potential summary judgment motion or at trial. Learn how to maximize your effectiveness at taking, preparing for, and defending depositions. Our panel of skilled litigators will provide you with valuable insights and practice tips from a variety of perspectives.
Presenter: T. Mitchell Panter, Lewis Thomason, P.C and Elizabeth Towe, Bernstein, Stair & McAdams LLP
(If you have any questions about the program please contact the speakers at MPanter@LewisThomason.com or email@example.com)
Approved for 1 hour of "distance learning" General CLE Credit
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