Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(6) permits a party to subpoena the deposition of an organization. In many cases, this can be in relation to eDiscovery response to a litigious matter. In turn, the named organization must designate a suitable person to testify on its behalf.
It is often not appropriate for internal team members of the organization to be deposed as a FRCP 30(b)(6) witness, as heavy workload and limited granular knowledge can lead to frustrations. Further, a lack of experience and understanding of the deposition process can result in the need for further depositions, which could further impact the deponents workload and increase costs.
With testifying and corporate data organizational structure experience, PC Forensics offers FRCP 30(b)(6) witness services specific to network infrastructure, data storage overviews, cloud computing and storage, bespoke systems and eDiscovery processes used, to effectively articulate the organizations position.