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Out-of-State Subpoenas & Interstate Discovery: The 60-Minute Lawyer

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    Obtaining out-of-state discovery for Massachusetts state court cases can be a cumbersome (and expensive) process. Despite the costs involved, securing deposition testimony or documents from third-party witnesses in foreign states may be necessary. Counsel must understand the steps needed to obtain deposition testimony from individuals outside of Massachusetts because they will not be subject to a state court trial subpoena. Do not wait until discovery has closed; learn the steps to obtain out-of-state discovery for actions pending the Commonwealth.

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    J. Nathan Cole, Esq., Kenney & Sams, PC, Boston
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