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Subpoenaed for a Deposition: Does the Professional get Paid?

It is not uncommon for professionals who are not a party to a lawsuit to be subpoenaed to provide deposition testimony in the case. As long as the testimony remains factual and does not go into the area of expert testimony, the professional is only entitled to the statutory witness fee for the time of the deposition.

Don’t Let a Subpoena Take You by Surprise

Summary: This article will discuss how a professional, especially an accountant, should respond when receiving a subpoena to produce documents and/or appear for a deposition. Many professionals, especially those in the accounting field, have received a subpoena to produce documents and/or appear for a deposition in a lawsuit. It is critical the professional takes steps…

Despite Agreement, Staffing Agency’s Nurse Was Hospital’s Employee

Firms, hospitals, and professional companies across the country have insurance policies in place to protect them when their professionals are accused of malpractice. But who qualifies as “their” professionals? In Interstate Fire & Casualty Company v. Dimensions Assurance Ltd., 843 F.3d 133 (4th Cir. 2016), the Fourth Circuit was tasked with determining whether a nurse…

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