CT Civil Procedure: Superior Court rejects apex rule:

10/31/2016 | Peter K. O'Keefe
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Peter K. O'Keefe

Addressing an issue of first impression, the Connecticut Superior Court rejects the claim that a party seeking a deposition must depose low-ranking individuals at an organization prior to noticing the deposition of higher-ranking individuals.  The court finds that the apex rule does not comply with Connecticut law since it shifts the burden to show good cause to the proponent of the deposition.  NetScout Systems v. Gartner (08/22/16)

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