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Objections: Objecting to Written Discovery Requests

1 hour MCLE Credit

 

If your practice includes responding to written discovery requests, you know that balancing the need to represent your client’s interests, and stating objections when appropriate, is a strategic decision.

 

Join Sheryl Traum, a seasoned litigator with over 25 years’ experience on the plaintiff and defense side of disputes, for practice tips on how to state meaningful and effective objections to written discovery requests.

If your practice includes responding to written discovery requests, you know that balancing the need to represent your client’s interests, and stating objections when appropriate, is a strategic decision.

Join Sheryl Traum, a seasoned litigator with over 25 years’ experience on the plaintiff and defense side of disputes, for practice tips on how to state meaningful and effective objections to written discovery requests.

Program Highlights:

  • The results of failing to respond to discovery or responding late
  • Sanctionable conduct
  • Reserving objections despite responding
  • Why boilerplate objections are bad practice
  • Signing and verifying discovery responses
  • Protective orders
  • Objections based on the form of the question, privilege, or work product
  • Conferring with your client to understand potentially “hidden” basis for objections
  • Objections based on relevancy
  • Objecting to requests that are burdensome, oppressive, intrusive, and overbroad
  • Objecting to an item or category
  • Reserving rights as to additional information discovered

This is an intermediate level program. This program assumes some experience in litigation.

On Demand CP51128-191

Recorded 9/15

 

If your practice includes responding to written discovery requests, you know that balancing the need to represent your client’s interests, and stating objections when appropriate, is a strategic decision.

Join Sheryl Traum, a seasoned litigator with over 25 years’ experience on the plaintiff and defense side of disputes, for practice tips on how to state meaningful and effective objections to written discovery requests.

Program Highlights:

  • The results of failing to respond to discovery or responding late
  • Sanctionable conduct
  • Reserving objections despite responding
  • Why boilerplate objections are bad practice
  • Signing and verifying discovery responses
  • Protective orders
  • Objections based on the form of the question, privilege, or work product
  • Conferring with your client to understand potentially “hidden” basis for objections
  • Objections based on relevancy
  • Objecting to requests that are burdensome, oppressive, intrusive, and overbroad
  • Objecting to an item or category
  • Reserving rights as to additional information discovered

This is an intermediate level program. This program assumes some experience in litigation.

SHERYL A. TRAUM

SHERYL A. TRAUM

SHERYL A. TRAUM, Oakland attorney, provides litigation, mediation and arbitration services for clients throughout Alameda County and Contra Costa County, California, (and the entire Bay Area) in construction law, real estate and personal injury claims. Oakland attorney Sheryl Traum has more than 25 years of legal experience. She takes a personalized, creative approach to finding resolutions to clients' legal disputes. She focuses on honest communication and availability to her clients.

Products specifications
PRACTICE AREA Civil Litigation & Torts
SUBTOPICS Evidence and Discovery
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
Products specifications
PRACTICE AREA Civil Litigation & Torts
SUBTOPICS Evidence and Discovery
PRODUCT GROUP CLE