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Live Webinar: April 9, 2019

Posted by Texas Paralegal Division Blogger at blog@txpd.org on April 9, 2019

Paralegal Division Live Webinar: Tuesday, April 9, 2019

“International Depositions: Procedural Overview, Practice Tips & Insight Into What Can Be A Complex Process”

Presented by Jeff Koller and Clare Foley from Veritext Legal Solutions

Event Description: International depositions are clearly authorized by both the Federal & Texas Rules of Civil Procedure; however, what is not clear is the multitude of intricacies culminating in having an international deposition go forward.  The focus of this presentation is to provide a practical, systematic and inclusive approach to not only learning what the rules are governing depositions in the foreign country you wish the matter to be scheduled, but also the logistics of obtaining the local court’s consent, learning of the foreign countries requirements, whether or not they permit depositions, coordinating travel and most importantly aligning the appropriate professionals to cover the reporting, video and interpreting.  Not all countries are guided by the same rules, so knowing more and coordinating appropriately will detract from costly mistakes and errors that could have a dire impact on the proceedings you wish to take abroad.

Time:  12:00 noon CT

Cost:  $40.00 for PD Members / $50.00 for Non-Members

TBLS approved: 1.0-hour CLE in Civil Trial Law or Personal Injury Trial Law



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