Mark Kosieradzki Teaches Lawyers How to Depose Corporations at National Conference
By Kosieradzki Smith Law Firm / February 10, 2014
Mark Kosieradzki presented the Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 30(b)(6) to 2000 American Association for Justice members this weekend in New Orleans, LA. Participants included lawyers from around the United States and the United Kingdom.
Mark’s presentation focused on the use of 30(b)(6), a procedural rule to compel corporations to produce information.
Rule 30(b)(6) is one of the most misunderstood, yet most powerful tools available to Lawyers. Rule 30(b)(6) requires an organization to appoint a designee (or designees when necessary) to speak under oath on behalf of the company in response to the matters designated in the deposition notice. Strategic use of Rule 30(b)(6) can cut the cost of litigation and find information that is often buried, obscured or withheld by corporations.
Recently, the American Association for Justice released his DVD, Deposing the Corporate Representative: 30(b)(6) Depositions. The DVD can be purchased from American Association for Justice by contacting 202.965.3500, ext. 8615 of the AAJ Exchange.
Mark and the Kosieradzki • Smith Law Firm represent clients in cases involving catastrophic injury caused by nursing homes and other corporate entities that fail to be safe. Take action and contact the Kosieradzki • Smith Law Firm online or call us toll-free at (877) 552-2873 to set up a no-cost, no-obligation consultation.