Comments from Omaha area attorneys who attended "Great! Adverse Depositions: Principles and Principal Techniques" and/or "The 25 Credibility Arguments for Deposition and Trial"

Excellent seminar. Musante's use of easy to understand examples help illustrate what can sometimes be confusing concepts. I will no longer use the deposition as a discovery device alone. Musante's mantra makes good sense. We can road test our arguments and cherry pick those that work, leaving behind those that don't, in the deposition room.

Dianne DeLair , 5-yr atty, 5 adverse depos

I was impressed…made me think more analytically about the purpose of the deposition. Great presentation of video clips. I will be much more proactive in doing more than who, what, when, where in a deposition.

Anonymous, 25-yr atty, 100s of adverse depos

Very helpful seminar. I have always wanted an in-depth analysis of a cross that illustrates credibility arguments. Musante is very good, however he repeated some things too much.

Greg A., 5-yr atty, 1 adverse depo

Very good seminar…basic ideas from which to evaluate my approach to, and even my decision on whether to take, the deposition of an opponent. It would have been fun to be in law school and study with Musante.

Tony Brock, 12-yr atty, 30 adverse depos

Very high seminar…every law student should be required to attend the Adverse Depo seminar, and this one. Very good speaker…uses repetition as a teaching device.

Anonymous, 30-yr atty, 20+ adverse depos

Great seminar content…great examples…very helpful material and presentation.

Brian Kruse, 6-yr atty, 6 adverse depos

Great practical pointers…very informative speaker. The seminar has helped me realize I need to follow-up with questions to have the witnesses quantify their answers instead of letting it go with "I don't know" answers.

Amy, 1-yr atty, 10 adverse depos

Informative seminar...information increases tools for cross examination and depositions. I hope these ideas will be helpful in cross examination of witnesses in criminal prosecutions.

Michael Colabello, 6-yr atty