Over 135 leading companies and organizations have signed a letter opposing a proposed change to the federal court rules that govern depositions.

The proposal would require both parties to confer over deposition topics, including the identity of each person the company designates to testify on its behalf. The judicial advisory committee on federal rules is considering the amendment at a public hearing in Washington, D.C., on Friday.

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