Deposition Review and Opinion

Following Rule 30 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and state legislation about depositions by oral examination, deposition witnesses may seek time to study the transcript or another recording once available. If there are modifications, the deponent may provide a detailed list of corrections or clarifications and explain why they were made. The errata sheet, often known as the errata page, documents this procedure. Even though it is a distinct attachment from the deposition transcript, it is nevertheless a part of the official court record.
We have effectively reviewed depositions and offered our professional opines in litigation cases.