Publication
October 26, 2015

In this article, Jenner & Block Partner Robert L. Byman argues that many judges misinterpret Rule 30(b)(6), the rule that allows a party to depose an organization through a witness designated by the organization.  Mr. Byman explains that while not all judges get it wrong, many do.  He then analyzes two recent opinions, both from the Southern District of New York, that illustrate “the right and wrong.”