Israel is a signatory to the Hague Evidence Convention, which in general, means you can depose willing witnesses without any special formalities or involvement of foreign courts. Here is the latest official info on taking depos in Israel, taken from the U.S. Department of State website https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/legal/Judicial-Assistance-Country-Information/Israel.html: Voluntary depositions of willing U.S. citizen witnesses may […]Continue reading
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Located off the southeastern coast of China, Taiwan is not only high-tech, but features top-rated scenic spots and views. This independent nation off the coast of China is about 18 hours away from the U.S. west coast by air. To visit Taiwan, you will need a valid passport and possibly a visa depending on how long you […]Continue reading
If you are organizing your first deposition in Taiwan or just brushing up on what you can and can’t do, this is the right place to start. Our expertly crafted infographic covers just about everything you need to get started on organizing a deposition in Taiwan. What you need to know when scheduling a deposition […]Continue reading
Unlike a deposition taking place down the street or in a nearby city in the United States, depositions in foreign countries generally need more time and proper planning. When a U.S. law firm reached out for help scheduling a deposition in Seoul, South Korea we were ready for the challenge. Here’s how we helped set […]Continue reading
Our deposition experts created an easy step-by-step reference graph to get you started for your deposition in South Korea. Click on the infographic below to get a breakdown of the important guidelines: International Deposition Tips: South Korea 1. Location Restrictions: Depositions of U.S. citizens can take place without restrictions or special permission. Prior permission is […]Continue reading
Traveling to South Korea for a deposition? Get the most out of your visit by brushing up on Korean culture with these useful travel tips. 1. South Korea Passport and Visa Requirements To enter South Korea, a passport valid for a minimum of three months is required by all nationals. Nationals of Australia, the USA […]Continue reading
Are you an attorney, paralegal, or legal secretary who needs help setting up a deposition in South Korea? We have your back! In our latest episode of International Deposition Tips, Ian Hardy, President of Optima Juris, is excited to share his expert knowledge in setting up a deposition in South Korea. Takeaway Tips In general, […]Continue reading