Louis John Dughi, Jr. teaches Video Deposition Strategy and Tactics at well received NJICLE seminar

On March 10, 2017 John Dughi gave a presentation to trial lawyers regarding video depositions, their use, strategy and tactics. The program has been webcast and can be viewed on the New Jersey Institute of Continuing Legal Education website link reproduced here: NJICLE: Video Deposition Strategy and Tactics

Mr. Dughi reviewed the relevant statutes, case law and rules of evidence pertaining to video depositions both for discovery purposes and trial testimony sharing his vast experience with this modality of discovery and presentation of evidence. He reviewed the benefits and potential pitfalls of the use of video such as the possibility of adverse testimony by a retained expert at a de bene esse deposition being used by an adversary under Fitzgerald v. Roberts, Inc., 186 N.J. 286 (2006) and provided many useful practice points to the audience.