Topics To Prepare For in Your Divorce Deposition

2018-10-30T11:00:41-07:00October 30th, 2018|News|

Divorce can get extremely messy, both legally and emotionally. When the facts surrounding the separation are controversial, the process can involve a deposition. While divorce depositions are uncommon, they have the potential to be extremely influential for your case. They frequently involve unwilling witnesses who were compelled to appear. As a result, it’s hard to [...]

Maintaining Ethical Conduct in Depositions

2018-10-23T11:30:09-07:00October 23rd, 2018|News|

In any legal proceeding, maintaining the highest ethical standards is critical. While an aggressive approach might unsettle some witnesses or counsel, it is ultimately in your best interest to minimize potential conflict. It’s best to behave kindly and warmly to all parties present. To ensure your deposition goes smoothly, here are our top 3 rules [...]

How A Single Court Reporting Service Improves Your Productivity

2018-10-16T10:10:59-07:00October 16th, 2018|News|

It’s no secret that practice makes perfect! The more frequently you perform a task, the more efficient you become. Although many of us live by this colloquialism in our personal lives, the concept is rarely applied to court reporting services. At First Legal Depositions, we have decades of experience in the legal industry. That experience [...]

The Key to Establishing Deposition Credibility

2018-10-09T10:00:02-07:00October 9th, 2018|News|

When people think of the legal system, they think about facts and irrefutable forensic evidence. But the truth is, cases are frequently won and lost not based on facts but based on the witnesses’ ability to communicate those facts credibly. As a result, establishing credibility during your deposition is critical. To litigate successfully, we recommend [...]

The Importance of the Wrongful Termination Deposition

2018-10-02T10:00:14-07:00October 2nd, 2018|News|

Wrongful termination cases are often extremely personal and difficult. On one side, you have an emotional client who feels wronged, and on the other, a company that feels entirely in its right to terminate the plaintiff. After carefully selecting witnesses who can speak to the workplace environment and your client’s termination, we suggest turning your [...]

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