It appears that lawyers are increasingly taking their deposition grievances to the trial judge, including grumbles about defending lawyers’ privilege objections.  And another trial judge has responded with criticism of an attorney’s “improper and overuse” of privilege objections that thwarted deposing counsel’s inquiry into non-privileged, discoverable information.  Marksberry v. FCA

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