Norfolk-Portsmouth Bar Association Executive Committee member and commercial litigation attorney, Jason Ohana moderates a panel of regional commercial litigation attorneys and a City of Norfolk Circuit Court judge at the 56th Annual NPBA Bench Bar Conference in Norfolk, Virginia on April 11, 2024.

The one hour program, Corporate Representative Depositions: What You Need to Know” goes in depth to provide practical and immediately applicable knowledge that includes:

  • A review of federal and state rules
  • How to draft an effective notice and objecting to a notice
  • Preparing the designee
  • How to properly cite federal and Virginia cases
  • Selecting case citations
  • Taking and defending depositions
  • Permitted uses of depositions at trial in federal and Virginia courts

As a platinum sponsor, Willcox Savage recognizes and supports the continued success of this educational annual conference and the learning opportunities if offers to all local judges and attorneys. Conference attendees are eligible to receive three CLE hours.

About the Willcox Savage Speakers:

Gary A. Bryant is the head of the firm's litigation practice. He focuses on complex litigation matters, with an emphasis on municipal, commercial and environmental litigation. Gary has represented clients throughout the country and has served as lead counsel on complex commercial matters for municipalities throughout Virginia including the Cities of Norfolk and Virginia Beach. He has handled mass tort litigation, including class action and MDL matters.

Jason E. Ohana is a seasoned commercial litigator, admitted in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. He primarily focuses on complex litigation, with an emphasis on business break-ups, ownership disputes, contract disputes, and business torts. In addition to complex litigation, Jason also assists businesses in collecting unpaid notes and business debts. Jason is a member of the NPBA Executive Committee.

Contact Jason with additional questions and to request the slide deck: johana@wilsav.com

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