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April 07, 2008

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A deposition is the time to get the bad news out... This is the time to invite the other side's witnesses to tell you everything they possibly can about why your side should lose. Revel in these "bad" answers... [Read More]

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A deposition is the time to get the bad news out... This is the time to invite the other side's witnesses to tell you everything they possibly can about why your side should lose. Revel in these "bad" answers... [Read More]

» Depositions: Fire, fall back, savour the badness. from What About Clients?
A deposition is the time to get the bad news out... This is the time to invite the other side's witnesses to tell you everything they possibly can about why your side should lose. Revel in these "bad" answers... [Read More]

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» Discovery: A deposition should get the "badness" out there. from What About Clients?
There is a reason why it is called discovery. This is the time to invite the other side's witnesses to tell you everything they possibly can about why your side should lose. Revel in these "bad" answers - don't... [Read More]

» Discovery: A deposition should get "the badness" out there. from What About Clients?
There is a reason why it is called discovery. This is the time to invite the other side's witnesses to tell you everything they possibly can about why your side should lose. Revel in these "bad" answers - don't... [Read More]

» Litigation: Depositions should get "the Badness" out there. from What About Clients?
Savor the brutality: Get Badness in your case out in the open. There is a reason why it is called discovery. Invite the other side's witnesses to tell you everything they possibly can about why your side should lose.... [Read More]

» Litigation: Depositions should get "the Badness" out there. from What About Clients?
WAC? working with Montagnard troops, Cambodia, 1968. Savor the brutality: Get Badness in your case out in the open. There is a reason why it is called discovery. Invite the other side's witnesses to tell you everything they possibly... [Read More]

» Litigation: Depositions should get "the Badness" out there. from What About Clients?
WAC? working with Montagnard troops, Cambodia, 1968. There is a reason why it is called discovery. Invite the other side's witnesses to tell you everything they possibly can about why your side should lose. Revel in these "bad" answers---don't... [Read More]

» Depositions: Savor The Badness. from What About Clients?
Drawing a bead: Badness needs to get out in the open. Man up. Learn not to cringe. Savor the evils, the brutalities, the pain. At depositions, remember to "get The Badness in your case out in the open". Hostile... [Read More]

» Depositions: There's a reason they call it Discovery. from What About Clients?
Drawing a bead: Badness needs to get out in the open. Man up. Learn not to cringe. Savor the evils, the brutalities, the pain. At depositions, remember to "get The Badness in your case out in the open". Hostile... [Read More]

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