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Collection The Law Offices of Lawrence J. Sherman, LLC collects personal or business information about your activity at the site only to the extent necessary to navigate and use this site. The Web Host is programmed to automatically recognize and store information about the type of browser you are using, your IP address, and your domain name. This law firm does not collect any personal information about you, typically defined as individually identifying information such as your name or email address, unless you voluntary submit such information. You may submit information by clicking on various links, such as "Contact Us" or by contacting Larry Sherman directly by telephone or email. The law firm does not collect any aggregate data or information or provide such data to third parties for commercial or other use. The law firm likewise will not sell, exchange or otherwise release your personally identifiable information without your consent except to the extent required by law or in accordance with your instructions.


The Law Offices of Lawrence J. Sherman, LLC does not use personal or non-personal information to manage its Web Site or for marketing. No personal or business information is stored on the Web Site, nor are confidential communications or information provided by the client ever stored on the Web Site but only on computers protected by firewalls.

If you submit information to the Web Site or to Mr. Sherman by telephone, fax or commercial mail, the information will be used for the purpose you requested and will be kept confidential whether or not you retain the law firm. For example, if you submit a question, your information will be used to respond to you.


The Law Offices of Lawrence J. Sherman, LLC has implemented standard measures to help prevent unauthorized access. Firewalls are in place to discourage unauthorized access via the Internet. Since all computer systems are vulnerable to attack, the law firm does not guarantee that security breaches will not occur. The law firm promises to use its best efforts to maintain strict security and privacy protection and to notify all persons who have communicated by electronic means in the event of a suspected or actual breach of security.

If you have any questions about the collection and use of information via the Web Site, please send an email to [email protected] with a subject line entitled "Privacy Policy". Thank you for reading this notice and for visiting our Web Site.

Conducting Depositions

July 22, 2016

There are no express ethical rules that govern preparing for, taking or defending depositions. While many rules touch upon these matters, they often give conflicting signals. For example, Rule 1.3, comment 3 of the Code of Professional Responsibility requires that a "lawyer should represent a client zealously within the bounds of the law. In contrast, Rules 3.3 and 3.4 respectively caution that a lawyer should exhibit candor towards the tribunal and fairness to the opposing party and counsel. Ethical concerns commonly arise in the context of fulfilling client expectations that prize zealous representation as well as by a need to counter equally zealous or even outrageous conduct by opposing counsel who is ostensibly acting in his or her client's interest. In these situations, therefore, it may be necessary for the employment to take into account applicable ethical and judicial standards and tailor his or her conduct accordingly.

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