Rule 30(b)(6) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure basically says
that in litigation, public and private corporations, associations and
government entities speak through their designated representatives.
Accordingly, the attorney representing such an entity has a little bit
more work to do in order to prepare for their client’s deposition. Thorp
Reed & Armstrong’s David J. Singley offers pointers on how to ensure
that your client in the case is aptly represented by its insider.
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