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NC gets with the deposition program (access required)

The Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act might not sound very exciting, and hardly anyone paid much attention when it quietly took effect in North Carolina six months ago, but it brought an end to a long procedural nightmare. “The idea was to have predictability and regularity and also to establish clear rules of the game,” said Democratic state Rep. Deborah K. Ross, a Raleigh attorney who sponsored the act with three other lawyers, one Democrat and two Republicans.

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