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7 Ways to Quash a Subpoena

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Date Published

August 10, 2020


Consumer Attorneys of California




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The presentation teaches a system for reviewing pleadings and responding to subpoenas that will help you avoid missing deadlines or overlooking grounds for objecting, even when you're faced with 40-50 subpoenas. It covers the seven common objections used to quash a subpoena, the privileges on which these arguments are based, counter arguments and final response to the overall argument, each part of a Meet and Confer letter and each part of the Motion to Quash and other pleadings. Included is a checklist of case law authority and a spreadsheet for calculating deadlines and dates. Most importantly, the presentation will focus on civility and how most issues can be resolved without law and motion.

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Jonathan Bakhsheshian

Mr. Bakhsheshian obtained his BA from UCLA and JD from Pepperdine. He currently practices personal injury and has published... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

7 Ways to Quash a Subpoena
7 Ways to Quash a Subpoena - Materials
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