Character Evidence: What It Is, What It Ain’t, and How to Handle It in Discovery Out of Stock
About the Seminar
Deposition and discovery skills are key components in developing a successful litigation practice. Lawyers aren't born with these skills, and there are many pitfalls to avoid in the rules of procedure and evidence, as well as many strategic and tactical lessons to be learned so that you can give your client the best possible chance to achieve a successful outcome-whether at trial, mediation or during settlement.
This special seminar will provide the knowledge and skills you need to take or defend depositions, whether you are a plaintiff, defense, experienced or novice litigator. Our distinguished faculty will walk you through every phase of deposition practice, from preparing your client for the deposition to taking and defending depositions to using depositions strategically at trial. You will learn what is and what is not character evidence, how to use it at trial, how to be an effective yet ethical advocate during depositions, and how to make effective use of motion practice in discovery.
Speaker: E. Warren Moise
This seminar qualifies for 0.75 MCLE credit hours. Also qualifies for 0.75 Civ./Crim. credit hours for Magistrates and Municipal Judges
When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2021 , please use this course code : 210872ADO.
Note: When submitting your compliance reports to the SC Commission on CLE and Specialization, if you completed this in 2022, please use this course code: 222992ADO.