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The Advocate’s Journal: (Not-So Obvious) Thoughts on Taking a Deposition

By Michael Montgomery  As a young lawyer who has been practicing for almost six years, I have been lucky to have taken a number of depositions.  I am by no means an expert, but I have learned some things, often the hard way, that make it easier to sit comfortably across the table from a […]

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The Advocate’s Journal: The AAA Adopts New Rules to Allow Option to Appeal Arbitration Awards

This is the first installment of The Advocate’s Journal, which is our firm’s venture into the Blogosphere. Our focus is on civil procedure, appellate procedure, and related issues. We hope you both enjoy and gain a better procedural acumen as we go along. Comments and feedback are solicited, as well as the correction of any […]