As the stakes of litigation rise in some areas of the law, so do the number of so-called speaking—or “coaching”—objections made during depositions.
That’s according to some Pennsylvania attorneys who say they have witnessed an uptick lately in the number of disputes over what they see as improper and leading comments being made by opposing counsel during depositions.
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