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Section Newsletter Articles on Deposition Witnesses

Designating an attorney as a FRCP 30(b)(6) or Ill.S.Ct. Rule 206(a)(1) deposition witness By R. Stephen Scott and Pamela E. Hart Federal Civil Practice, March 2013 There appears to not be a bright-line rule to designate an attorney to serve as the 30(b)(6) witness for a corporation. It is a case-by-case analysis, with preference given to knowledgeable corporate executives to protect the attorney-client privilege.
Designating an attorney as a FRCP 30(b)(6) or Ill.S.Ct. Rule 206(a)(1) deposition witness By R. Stephen Scott and Pamela E. Hart Corporate Law Departments, February 2013 There appears to not be a bright-line rule to designate an attorney to serve as the 30(b)(6) witness for a corporation. It is a case-by-case analysis, with preference given to knowledgeable corporate executives to protect the attorney-client privilege.