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This blog is designed to educate and inform you about recent news and how it may impact your legal case in New York. I have provided commentary and opinion and welcome your comments to keep the conversation going.

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6/23/2018
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WHAT IS A NON-PARTY DEPOSITION?

Let’s say you sue your doctor for medical malpractice. You’ve also included your spouse in your lawsuit. The three ‘parties’ to the case are you, your spouse

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12/12/2016
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Medical Error Caused Patient to Suffer Heart Attack | NY Law

Patient withheld general anesthesia, suffers cardiac event. This was a fatal error that could have been prevented. New York injury lawyer shares the story.

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10/14/2014
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Can you review records before pretrial testimony? Not smart.

Many injured victims want to review the accident report or their medical records before testifying in pretrial testimony. Find out why that's a really bad idea.

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5/9/2014
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The best cross-examination I ever did of a defense expert

Find out why the defense expert's answer caused an experienced NY trial attorney to be totally amazed. Breach of warranty lawsuit ends in stunning result

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3/19/2013
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Why lock a witness into their testimony at their pretrial deposition?

A pre-trial question-and-answer session, also known as a deposition, is a critical opportunity to lock a witness into their testimony.

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1/15/2013
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What is the Purpose of a Deposition?

A deposition is nothing more than a question and answer session given under oath. It is pretrial testimony.

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11/10/2012
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How to Conduct a Great Deposition

A great deposition happens when you do not argue with the defense attorney. You might ask yourself how that is even possible. It's entirely possible if you

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