Mastering the Deposition: A Critical Skills Workshop
November 30, 2012, 9:00 a.m. – 4:45 p.m.
Sheraton Suits Plantation, 311 N. University Drive, Plantation (Ft.Lauderdale).
Dear Friends & Colleagues:
Preparing for a deposition takes a clear and thoughtful strategy.
Please join me at Mastering the Deposition: A Critical Skills Workshop and CLE. This program promises to provide you strategies for mastering the skills you need to take and defend better depositions and to use them at and before trial.
Since I will be speaking at the practical and informative program, I invite you to register at a 25% discount. Use discount code DEPFL25. Please feel free to pass this code on to friends or around the office.
You will learn:
- Overview & Strategy
- Witness Preparation
- Expert Depositions
- Handling the Difficult Witness and/or Opposing Counsel
- Handling Documents & Exhibits – Making the record; get the authentication you need
- Deposition Objections
I hope to see you there.
ERIC N. ASSOULINE, ESQ.
Business and Bankruptcy Litigation
ASSOULINE & BERLOWE, P.A.
213 E. Sheridan Street, Suite 3
Dania Beach, Florida 33004
Intellectual Property, Labor & Employment Law, Bankruptcy, Commercial Litigation, and Corporate Law
Miami · Ft. Lauderdale · Boca Raton
Comments below are from deposition trainings in San Francisco and Los Angeles. The same topics will be covered with local speakers.
“I like to attend a seminar on deposition topics every 2-3 years. I attended one with Pincus before & was very satisfied with content.” Kimberly Smith, Esq.
“Very good.” Mark L. Ranft, Esq.
“Great practical tips.” “Really good training.” “Generally a good mix of fed & state law regarding depositions.” “I have attended Pincus’ previous seminars and found them very effective and interesting.” Meera Danday, Esq.
“Great delivery & knowledge, about objections during depos.”
“Helpful in explaining video technology. I liked hearing the perspective of a court reporter.”
“Refreshingly honest. Gave the most detail about specific questions to ask.”
“Kept the conversation very productive without going overtime, enjoyed her speaking points and moderating.”
“Very funny, easy to listen to and interesting insight.”
Pincus Professional Education certifies that this seminar is pending approval for 7.0 hours of Florida CLER credit. Approved for 6.0 hours MCLE in CA, IL & WA.