What You Need To Know About Deposition Transcripts

When you’re in the middle of a legal dispute with Amazon, it’s important to have all your ducks in a row.

That means having access to all the evidence, including deposition transcripts. In this video, we’ll show you what you can do with these transcripts if you’re an Amazon seller.

If you’re facing litigation with Amazon, make sure to get hold of your transcripts. They could be the key to winning your case!

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If you were in court instead of arbitration, you would go through what’s called the discovery process, which basically means both sides exchanging information. A lot of times it’s documents. A lot of times it’s depositions where you question each other. There’s even an exchange of expert witness information that goes back and forth and arbitrations have a similar program of a discovery process.

Amazon Litigation Lawsuit: How to Benefit from Depositions & WIN YOUR CASE – If you sue someone or you sue another company, or you get sued, during the process where you trade information back and forth, you will likely get deposed and you will get the opportunity to depose the other side. Now, what does that mean? Your lawyer gets to ask them questions or their lawyer gets to ask you questions all under oath.

What Are International Depositions? Federal Rule of Civil Procedure Rule 28 allows deposition of a third party to be taken in a foreign country “on appropriate terms after application and notice of it.”1 Fed. R. Civ. P. 28(b)(2)(A). The court can request letters of interrogatory in order to formally request a court in another country to lend its judicial assistance in obtaining evidence or performing some other judicial act. The party that is seeking the deposition bears the burden of demonstrating the relevance and that the information is relevant and reasonably calculated enough to be added into evidence.