Witness Preparation Also Requires Witness Training

Law360 (February 7, 2018, 11:06 AM EST) -- McKenzie was the perfect witness. The associate who interviewed him said so after the first time they talked. He was personable and he knew everything that had happened at the company. His deposition went well.

Still, he was brought in for some trial preparation, just to make sure everyone knew what he would say on the stand. To be doubly sure, he was sent a list of probable questions, and the answers he'd provided in the interview and in his deposition.

After pleasantries in the conference room he was given the standard list of instructions. McKenzie said he understood all that...

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