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 trial lawyers with critical guidance on 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
- 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 impact 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?
Kristen W. Broz
Ms. Broz centers her practice on complex litigation, with an emphasis on class action, antitrust and mass torts. She... | Read More
Ms. Broz centers her practice on complex litigation, with an emphasis on class action, antitrust and mass torts. She also has substantial experience advising clients on complying with U.S. and international regulations, consumer protection issues, data privacy matters and technology management.Close
Steven C. Corhern
Balch & Bingham
Mr. Corhern focuses on complex and appellate litigation. His experience centers on business disputes but also extends... | Read More
Mr. Corhern focuses on complex and appellate litigation. His experience centers on business disputes but also extends to other areas such as consumer protection statutes, environmental litigation, real estate, and civil rights. Mr. Corhern has defended class actions in both state and federal courts and handled appeals to the Alabama Supreme Court and the Eleventh Circuit. He understands that a winning strategy is more important than winning any particular issue.Close