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Depositions: A Lawyer’s Art

The written rules for depositions in Oregon are short and clear. They are set forth in ORCP 39. They address the basic issues of when the deposition may be taken, the rule for notice of a deposition and the requirements for an oath, a record and limited objections. ORCP 39A-D. Otherwise, the rule is wide read more:

Dealing with Unanticipated Defense Tactics

Louis Pasteur famously remarked that “fortune favors the prepared mind.” (1) But experienced litigators realize that despite thorough preparation, there will be surprises at trial. In some cases, it is a witness who testifies about facts that were never mentioned in his or her sworn statement or at deposition. In other cases, the surprise is read more:

Test the Credibility of Your Turncoat Witness

Not all witnesses are saints. While this is especially well-known in the realm of criminal prosecution, it applies in civil trials as well. A witness may carry some unsavory background, or the context may simply be such that their testimony – truthful or not – feels like betrayal. The same factors that apply to the read more:

Preparing for Your Deposition

This article is not legal advice. It is a compilation of advice given by various attorneys, which I hope you will find useful. If you use this for a client, it should be provided on the attorney’s letterhead with this cautionary language at the top: Note: This document is privileged and confidential. Do not show read more:

How to Make Your Law Office More Efficient

Attorneys often wonder why they should hire a paralegal, or if they do, just how that paralegal can help. The answers to those questions are simple, but the implications of hiring a paralegal can be profound for your law office. Paralegals can improve the efficiency and profitability of a law office because paralegals can literally read more:

10 Golden Rules to Make Your New Client Happy

We all know that satisfied existing clients are your best source of future business. They will continue to use your services when they need a lawyer, and they are your best referral source for new clients. Yet, most clients are unable to appreciate a quality work product because they aren’t lawyers. Consequently, they tend to read more:

Marsha Naegeli Wins Wealth & Finance 2016 Business Woman of the Year Award

Naegeli Deposition and Trial CEO Marsha Naegeli has been named the winner of the Wealth & Finance 2016 Business Woman of the Year Award. The award chooses recipients who are “the most successful, competitive, influential and most innovative women and who have demonstrated truly marvelous things”. Ms. Naegeli is a prestigious businesswoman noted for her many read more:

NAEGELI are proud supporters of the Tacoma Pierce County Bar Association

We at NAEGELI Deposition and Trial are proud supporters of the Tacoma Pierce County Bar Association. For decades we have been honored and grateful to sponsor the TPCBA Golf Tournaments. This year was just as much fun and such a gorgeous venue! Enclosed are our own Jodi and Kristal representing NAEGELI on hole #16 at read more:

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Finding Court Reporters in Tacoma for Real Time Reporting

Real time reporting has evolved into a state-of-the-art profession with digital technologies that capture every detail of depositions and provide law firms with all the tools they need for winning a case. The Naegeli Reporting team provides real time court reporters in Tacoma, Washington that offer attorneys everything from videography to transcription services. Our litigation read more:

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Looking for Court Reporters in Spokane, Washington?

Spokane, Washington is one of the region’s fastest-growing cities and legal markets. Naegeli Deposition and Trial is proud to offer its full variety of services to clients in the Lilac City. If you are looking for court reporters in Spokane, Washington, the Naegeli team offers 24/7 scheduling for a range of services from real time read more: