Episode 167

Disclosure Tools in New York

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November 10th, 2020

18 mins 20 secs

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About this Episode

In this episode, “Disclosure Tools in New York Civil Practice,” Christopher Major, Civil Practice Team Leader at Lois Law Firm, leads a presentation and discussion on the use of discovery devices in New York supreme court (civil) actions.

Major discusses the following:

  • The value of Pre-suit discovery in reducing litigation in New York.
  • What risk professionals need to know about litigation discovery devices, including Requests for Admissions, Interrogatories, and Depositions in New York actions.
  • How recent case decisions will impact the practice in 2020.

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