FRCP 45 Third-Party Subpoenas: Using or Objecting to Subpoenas to Obtain Testimony and Evidence
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide litigators with a review of critical issues to consider when using third-party subpoenas to obtain testimony and evidence under FRCP 45. The panel will also discuss best practices for objecting to, limiting the scope of, and quashing subpoenas.
- Preparing and serving third-party subpoenas
- Required contents
- Issuing the subpoena
- Serving the subpoena
- Witness fees
- Notice of subpoena
- Enforcing the subpoena
- Burden of proof
- Basis for motion
- Relief sought
- Where to make the motion
- Substance and required documents
- Objecting to or limiting the scope of subpoenas
- ESI preservation and production
- Deposition subpoenas for corporate officers
The panel will review these and other noteworthy issues:
- What mechanisms does Rule 45 provide for enforcement of the subpoena against non-parties?
- How does Rule 45 affect deposition or trial subpoenas for corporate officers?
- What are best practices for non-party recipients of a subpoena for documents to preserve the data and make compelling objections to the scope of the subpoena?
Darren A. Craig
Frost Brown Todd
Mr. Craig practices in the business litigation and appellate practice groups. Significant matters he has litigated... | Read More
Mr. Craig practices in the business litigation and appellate practice groups. Significant matters he has litigated include Indiana Board of Law Examiners in a class action lawsuit brought under the ADA by law student and ACLU, a construction equipment manufacturer in products liability jury trial in Alabama state court that resulted in a defense verdict, and officers and directors of an HMO in suit for breach of fiduciary duty.Close
Jonathan Evan Goldberg
Mr. Goldberg is an experienced trial lawyer and frequent public speaker. He clients in all aspects of complex... | Read More
Mr. Goldberg is an experienced trial lawyer and frequent public speaker. He clients in all aspects of complex commercial litigation, employment litigation, arbitration and employment law. During his 21-year legal career, Mr. Goldberg has litigated hundreds of cases in federal and state courts throughout the U.S. involving claims of retaliation, discrimination, wrongful termination, fraud, defamation, breach of fiduciary duty, and breach of contract, among others.Close