EP306 – How To Take A Deposition Part One
According to John Simon, the three most important things to do when taking a deposition are to listen, listen and listen. But after that, what makes the difference between a depo that covers the facts and a depo that closes the case? Attorneys John Simon, Tim Cronin and Erich Vieth discuss when to deviate from your outline, what to do if opposing counsel tries to intimidate you, and why it’s important to get non-verbal responses into the record.
John G. Simon
Personal Injury, Defective Products, Medical Malpractice, Drug & Medical Device Defects, Business Litigation, Class Action Attorney
John G. Simon’s work as Managing Partner at the firm has resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars for past clients. Well-respected in his field, John’s career includes several published works, frequent community involvement, and the role of adjunct professor at Saint Louis University School of Law
Personal Injury, Consumer Law, Class Action Attorney
For more than thirty years, Erich Vieth has worked as a trial and appellate attorney in St. Louis. His experience includes numerous first chair trials before federal and state judges and juries. He has been lead author of many appellate briefs and presented oral arguments to both federal and state appellate courts.