On Demand

How to Depose Defendants in Employment Discrimination Cases

1h 1m

Created on January 19, 2021





This program will provide attorneys with tactics and tips for deposing defendants in employment discrimination cases. It will specifically address strategies for deposing the various kinds of possible deponents, whether they are managers and supervisors, human resources representatives, internal investigators, or 30(b)(6) witnesses. In addition, the course will discuss best practices in preparing for depositions, crafting post-deposition discovery requests, and eliciting critical information to defend against summary judgment motions.

Presented by Tracey L. Brown, Managing Partner, The Cochran Firm, New York and National Co-Chair of The Cochran Firm Civil Rights and Police Misconduct Practice Group this program will benefit new and senior plaintiff-side litigators interested in honing their deposition skills in this thriving practice area.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Prepare for and conduct strategic depositions of defendants in employment discrimination cases
  2. Employ deposition strategies tailored to the role of the deponent at the workplace
  3. Effectively utilize deposition testimony to pursue discovery and strengthen your case


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