Proposed changes to the way depositions of corporate representatives are handled under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure have tweaked both sides of the bar, it seems.
The Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil Rules is considering the first major amendment to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(6) since it was adopted in 1970. The amended rule as currently proposed would require parties to meet and confer “about the number and description of the matters for examination and the identity of each person the organization will designate to testify.”
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