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Four Critical Components in Scheduling International Deposition Locations

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One of the hurdles to tackle when planning for international depositions is the search for the right location. For someone scheduling their first deposition in Tampere, for example, this can be a bit like chasing a shadow in...more

International Depositions: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

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Should I stay or should I go? Not only is this a catchy 1980s hit single, but it’s also a common question from attorneys and paralegals when planning depositions abroad. With the advancement of video streaming technology,...more

Discovery and Depositions in Germany (Updated 2017)

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Although Germany is a party to The Hague Convention on the Taking of Evidence Abroad in Civil and Commercial Matters, the German Ministry of Justice has placed certain restrictions regarding how voluntary depositions of...more

Top Tips for International Travel: Passport Edition

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When it comes to adventuring abroad, it can be a stressful experience for anyone – whether you are a first-time traveler or a seasoned jet setter. With the increase in airport security measures, documentation requirements,...more

Mission Impossible: Date Blocked in Japan

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The seemingly impossible has happened – you finally land the perfect dates to take your Japanese depositions! The deponents are available, there are no disputes with any of the parties, and you even found a direct, economical...more

Preparing for Depositions in Finland! (Updated 2017)

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Finland is an enviable destination for depositions. First of all, there is plenty of coffee! Finns drink more coffee than any other nation in the world. No one will have any issues remaining alert through a deposition in...more

Changing Times: Taking Depositions in Cuba

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It’s time to face facts – the geopolitical landscape is changing. From BREXIT to the election of Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States, both of which came as a shock to people around the world, it’s...more

Taking a Deposition in Germany

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As discussed in some of our previous blogs, taking depositions in Germany can be tricky. With a little preparation, and breaking everything down step-by-step, you’ll find that depositions in Germany aren’t as bad as initially...more

How to Prepare a Client for Deposition

Preparing clients for deposition is one of the most important tasks involved in my representation of victims of personal injury and medical malpractice. My clients are ordinary people who typically have no prior litigation...more

Colombia to the Rescue! Deposing Witnesses in South America

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In the vast continent that is South America, three giants pose a problem when it comes to depositions: Brazil, Venezuela, and Ecuador. None of these countries permits depositions. Something else this trio has in common? ...more

Taking Depositions in Mexico

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If you find yourself needing to take a deposition in Mexico, you’re in luck! There are no Hague Evidence Convention restrictions regardless of the nationality of the witness. What’s more, you can hold the deposition in any...more

The 4 Most Challenging Countries for Depositions (And Solutions!)

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Taking an international deposition can be a difficult task all on its own, but add The Hague Evidence Convention regulations, and there is a whole new challenge to behold! However, with this quick guide, it won’t be all that...more

KCAB Celebrates Its Golden Jubliee with Expansion to Los Angeles

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For court reporters, especially those working internationally, no two days are ever the same. We could be working on anything from an arbitration about plastic surgery, a court case about corruption, a deposition about...more

Depositions in China…and Disneyland? (Updated 2017)

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At Planet Depos, we often receive inquiries from clients regarding depositions in China. While China is indeed a member of the Hague Evidence Convention, depositions are not permitted there....more

Taking Depositions in Suwon, South Korea (Updated)

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When taking depositions in South Korea, naturally, the first city that comes to mind will likely be Seoul. Why not? I mean, it is the capital of the Republic of Korea after all. It’s the most populous city in the entire...more

A Parallel Universe: Navigating Discovery in Concurrent Civil and Criminal Proceedings

by Ward and Smith, P.A. on

As criminal law has expanded into almost every sector of the American economy, one byproduct is the rise of "parallel proceedings"—lawsuits that proceed concurrently in criminal and civil court based on largely the same...more

Ensuring Easy Depositions in the U.K.

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Depositions in the U.K. are, in many ways, simple and straightforward. There is no language barrier with which to wrangle, should your depositions require travel, nor are there any visa requirements. The U.K. is a party to...more

Six Tips for Taking Depositions in India

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Certain countries have a few extra or different steps when it comes to scheduling depositions. Depositions in Germany can be taken only at the U.S. Consulate in Frankfurt, for example, while Honduras requires a letter...more

The Ghost of Depositions Past

by Carlton Fields on

Deposition testimony plays a powerful role in case resolution. Themes are developed, admissions are gathered, and claims and defenses are vetted. Depositions are also a great opportunity to size up how a witness will “play”...more

Quick Trial Checklist

by Carlton Fields on

This chart provides a quick reference regarding motions and objections that may be made immediately prior to, during, and immediately after trial to preserve issues for appellate review. Please see full Chart below for...more

Benedict’s Maritime Bulletin: Discovery and Disclosure: Civil Litigation Tools for Obtaining Evidence in the United States,...

by Burr & Forman on

The ever-increasing cost of civil litigation was once thought to be a unique trait of the United States civil justice system. However, the expense of civil litigation is on the rise across the globe, due in no small part to...more

Five Considerations When Taking Depositions in Japan

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Depositions in Japan involve a few extra logistical details. With proper planning and adequate lead time (at least 6 weeks, generally speaking), the following five special requirements mustn’t be a barrier to successful...more

Rolling Stone Rolls With Early Favorable Rulings

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

Rolling Stone is not the first media outlet to defend itself in a multi-million dollar trial this year. Gawker Media was recently hit with a $140 million judgment resulting from a suit by Terry Bollea (a.k.a. Hulk Hogan) for...more

Play it Again

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Over the weekend, I took myself to the Great Frederick Fair to see and hear the incomparable Vince Gill. I had wanted to see him for years, and I was not disappointed! He played all his hits, engaging his audience with his...more

International Travel Chronicles Part 2

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The previous blog in this series highlighted the shock of different technologies encountered during international travel. But there are other discoveries to be made when traversing the globe. Sometimes a local can act as an...more

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