Thomas Kane and Lauren Brophy Cooper, attorneys in the Litigation and Health Care and Life Sciences practices, in the firm’s Princeton office, authored an article in the Corporate Governance Advisor journal, titled “What to Do When Your Employer Designates You as a Corporate Representative for Deposition.”
Following is an excerpt (see below to download the full version in PDF format):
After receiving a litigation hold notice many months ago, you’ve finally stopped panicking about your employer’s lawsuit. That is until you’re told that you’ve been designated as a “corporate representative” to testify at a deposition on behalf of your employer. Your dread sinks in yet again. What does this mean? What do you need to do? Here are the basics on corporate designee depositions, and some simple tips on how to handle a corporate representative deposition designation, including recent guidance from the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
This content was originally published on EBG’s Commercial Litigation Update blog, September 12, 2023.