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Maximizing Deposition Productivity Through Civility 2021

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STARTMon., Jun. 21, 2021
12:00 PM
ENDMon., Jun. 21, 2021
2:00 PM
CLE 0 sub/2 eth PRICE Regular: $149.00
New Attorney: $75.00
Subscribers Pay: $0.00

About

Civility and genuine rapport in all manners of communication has never been more important in our society. Whether on the street, in a courtroom, during a deposition or witness interview, or in discussions with other lawyers, we can all benefit from the lessons learned by military, intelligence, and law enforcement interrogators in the most hyper-pressurized and high-stakes environments. Find out how to increase your productivity and effectiveness as an advocate, as well as civility in our profession, from the world’s best interrogators from World War II to today.  Mr. Morgenstern will speak from personal experiences as a JAG officer in the Middle East, Europe and the Balkans, from his experiences representing police officers and departments, and from his extensive research into interrogation methods and techniques that produce the most clear, accurate and timely information while establishing and maintaining genuine rapport. 

Co-sponsored by the PBA Civility in the Profession Committee

All attendees will receive the materials as a digital download. Additional copies of the course materials are not for sale.

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Faculty

NameFirm/Company
John P. Morgenstern Esq. O'Hagan Meyer PLLC (Phila)
Paul C. Troy Esq. Kane Pugh Knoell Troy & Kramer, LLP
Faculty may vary by location.
PBI reserves the right to substitute speakers at all programs.
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