Attorneys – First Impression — Civil Practice – Discovery – Deposition – Opposing Counsel – Insufficient Showing – Subpoena Duces Tecum – PrivilegeBlue Ridge Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine, Inc. v. First Colony Healthcare, LLC Where defendants have failed to show that (1) there are no other means to obtain the information they seek, (2) the information possessed by plaintiffs’ counsel is relevant and non-privileged, and (3) the information is critical to the issues at stake in this litigation, defendants are not entitled to depose plaintiffs’ counsel.
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Published: August 16, 2012
Time posted: 10:18 am
Tags: Attorneys, Civil Practice, Discovery – Deposition, first impression, insufficient showing, Opposing Counsel, Privilege, Subpoena Duces Tecum