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Location, Location, Location

| by Heather Duncan, Esq.

The simple act of correctly scheduling a deposition can sometimes be confusing.  Below are the basic deposition location guidelines under the rules provided in the California Code of Civil Procedure and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.    

The California Code of Civil Procedure dictates certain distances a noticing party can require a deponent to travel. 

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Around the World in Eighty Depos

| by Heather Duncan, Esq.

As business has become globalized, more attorneys are finding themselves faced with the challenges of witnesses and physical evidence located abroad. Obtaining testimony from a foreign non-party witness is often extremely difficult, but with careful planning it can be accomplished.

The California and Federal Rules of Civil Procedure generally allow depositions of non-party witnesses to be taken outside of the United States; however, the laws of the foreign country in which the witness resides must also be consulted. 

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