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David Schultz Authors Chapter on Using Video Depositions in Trial for New ABA Book From the Trenches: Strategies and Tips from 21 of the Nation's Top Trial Lawyers

February 18, 2015

David Schultz, partner in Maslon's Litigation Group, authored a chapter titled "Seeing Is Believing: Using the Video Deposition of Your Opponent at Trial" in From the Trenches: Strategies and Tips from 21 of the Nation’s Top Trial Lawyers, a new publication from the General Practice, Solo, & Small Firm Division of the American Bar Association. In the chapter, David examines the paradoxes of using video depositions at trial and provides helpful guidance on when, why, and how to use them to full advantage.

David Schultz is a trial lawyer and partner in Maslon's Litigation Group. He focuses his practice on high stakes litigation in the areas of product liability, healthcare, commercial contracts, civil and criminal fraud, and intellectual property. David has tried cases to verdict in state and federal courts throughout the country. He is board certified as a Civil Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and as a Civil Trial Specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association, and has taught trial advocacy at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA). David has developed an active appellate practice as well, having argued more than 50 cases before several federal circuits as well as the Minnesota Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. David is particularly adept in the analysis and elucidation of complex technical issues, a skill which he leverages for clients across all areas of his practice.

Read David's chapter "Seeing Is Believing: Using the Video Deposition of Your Opponent at Trial."

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