Tricks, Traps, and Travail: How to Give a Witness Deposition without Ending up a Defendant
|Saturday, February 2, 2013||10:00 AM - 12:00 PM|
|Course Code: 723SL||
|Room Location: BCEC, Exhibit Classroom F||2 CE Hours
|| Judith Feinberg Albright, Esq
is licensed in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire, and also practices before the New Hampshire Board of Dental Examiners.
|| Maria B. Papageorge, DMD
is professor and chair of the department of oral and maxillofacial surgery at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. She is director of the advanced education program and also maintains a private practice at TSDM.
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Many dental professionals have, at least once, received a request or as subpoena demanding they appear and testify at a deposition as a witness. This course is designed as a live demonstration regarding the risks of giving such deposition testimony. In addition to lecture format, the speakers will demonstrate by role play two mock depositions, one in which is the testimony is problematic and the dentist is at risk of being named as a defendant himself, and one in which the deposition testimony is more streamlined.
›› Identify basic concepts relative to requests for medical records
›› Understand the basic concepts relative to requests for depositions and other testimony
›› Express familiarity with the mechanics and potential pitfalls of deposition testimony
Recommended Audience: D
Ticketed NO CHARGE Registration Required
Please note that this course will be held on the YDC Exhibit Hall Floor and will be subject to ambient noise.
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