deponent


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Synonyms for deponent

one who testifies, especially in court

Synonyms for deponent

a person who testifies or gives a deposition

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Kemmer (1993) stresses it in her work that middle verbs can be deponents, i.
42) More specifically, under the federal and state rules, when a lawyer's objections have frustrated a fair examination of the deponent or have unreasonably prolonged the examination, a court may impose an appropriate sanction, including the reasonable expenses and attorneys' fees incurred by any party, on the person who impedes, delays, or frustrates the fair examination of the deponent.
2, 2003) (rejecting objection to outside expert 30(b)(6) deponent and emphasizing language of the rule).
Use this paragraph when the deponent has been authorized to provide expert testimony.
require the party or deponent whose conduct necessitated the motion, the party or attorney advising that conduct, or both to pay the movant's reasonable expenses incurred in making the motion, including attorney's fees," (34) unless (1) the motion was filed before a good faith attempt to obtain the deposition, (2) the refusal was "substantially justified," or (3) "other circumstances make an award of expenses unjust.
The end of the game managed to the idea that balance is reached only when the players (both deponent and borrower) will withdraw money from the bank together.
At the outset of a deposition, litigators try to establish rapport with the deponent to maximize their chances of getting the witness to volunteer information.
And finally, Anderson's attorney pleaded with the court, "Such discovery requests offend traditional sense of American jurisprudence and are fundamentally unfair to the deponent and serve no legitimate purpose under [the law].
At a deposition there are usually two lawyers, the deponent and a legal transcriptionist; sometimes there is just a videographer; occasionally a transcriptionist and videographer.
Dawson, each deposition has a signature of the deponent at the end.
One deponent said that she remembered heretics fleeing the land for Montsegur some thirty years previously, (68) as did R.
According to Mr David Murray the deponent to the founding affidavit, the Applicant was founded in 1904 and its membership consists of National Football Associations of 208 countries around the world.
Throughout the book there are wonderfully informative graphics and lists that contain information about the process, the players, and the strategies used by the attorneys, as well as advice to the deponent.