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Use of Rule 30(b)(6) in Deposing Executives

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Well, what happens is, they’re told what they have to prepare themselves for, and then they need to get their people help them gather the information. And if you ask the questions properly, you can force them to disclose not only information, but sources of information and the positions that the organization is taking with respect to any particular issue. And as a result, you can force the fact pattern to be disclosed, and based on that, sometimes as a matter of law the courts will hold them responsible just on their own testimony.

Minnesota attorney Mark Kosieradzki discusses how Rule 30(b)(6) is helpful when deposing corporate executives.

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