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Regal Court Reporting is your go-to partner for comprehensive deposition support. Our team of court reporters is not only state-certified but also well-versed in deposition codes and regulations, ensuring that your legal proceedings are accurately and professionally documented. Trust us for reliable and expert deposition services tailored to meet your specific needs.



Before you begin, make sure you have these details:

The Notice of Deposition must include the following elements:

  1. Location: Clearly specify the deposition location (Code Civ. Proc § 2025.220(a)(1)).

  2. Date and Time: Clearly state the date and time of the deposition (Code Civ. Proc § 2025.220(a)(2)).

  3. Name of Deponent: Provide the full name of the deponent.

  4. Address and Telephone Number: Include the address and telephone number of a non-party deponent.

  5. Description of Matters: If the deponent is not a person, describe with reasonable particularity the matters upon which the deposition is requested (Code Civ. Proc. § 2025.230).

  6. Materials to be Produced: Specify any materials to be produced by the deponent at the deposition (Code Civ. Proc. § 2025.220(a)(4)).

  7. Recording Method: Indicate the intention to audio record, video record, or transcribe by stenographic method through instant visual display of testimony (Code Civ. Proc. § 2025.220(a)(5)).

  8. Use of Recording at Trial or Hearing: If the deponent is a treating physician or expert witness, disclose the intention to use the recording at trial or hearing (Code Civ. Proc. § 2025.220(a)(6)).

  9. Notice to All Parties and Attorneys: Ensure that all parties and attorneys involved are served with the notice (Code Civ. Proc. § 2025.240(a)).

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