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Too many objections draws deposition sanctions from district court for frustrating fair exam

Posted in How Not to Practice
We’ve written before about deposition conduct that crosses the line between valid advocacy and sanctionable misconduct.  Here’s the latest example, in which a New York federal magistrate imposed sanctions on a defense lawyer for the City of New York, who interjected over 750 statements on the record, including more than 600 objections across 84 percent of the… Continue Reading
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