Depositions: Taking a Deposition (NJ) | Practical Law

Depositions: Taking a Deposition (NJ) | Practical Law

A Practice Note explaining what counsel should do before, during, and after taking a deposition of a fact witness in an action pending in the New Jersey Superior Court, Law Division, Civil Part or Chancery Division, General Equity Part. This Note explains how to ensure a clean transcript, pre-mark and use exhibits, instruct and question the witness, handle objections, and end the deposition. This Note also outlines what steps the deposing attorney should take after the deposition.

Depositions: Taking a Deposition (NJ)

Practical Law Practice Note w-021-1538 (Approx. 15 pages)

Depositions: Taking a Deposition (NJ)

by Practical Law Litigation
MaintainedNew Jersey
A Practice Note explaining what counsel should do before, during, and after taking a deposition of a fact witness in an action pending in the New Jersey Superior Court, Law Division, Civil Part or Chancery Division, General Equity Part. This Note explains how to ensure a clean transcript, pre-mark and use exhibits, instruct and question the witness, handle objections, and end the deposition. This Note also outlines what steps the deposing attorney should take after the deposition.