Strategically Tailor Your Requests to the Records You Seek
Subpoenas can be useful discovery tools, but you're bound to get some pushback unless you tailor your requests. This program will reveal best practices for subpoenaing different types of records, including social media records, phone records, bank records, employment records, and more. Avoid objections, the dreaded motion to quash, and get the responses you want - register today!
Learn how to subpoena social media and cell phone records - step by step.
Gain practical insights on subpoenaing medical records, bank records, business, and employment records.
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GREGORY H. SCHILLACE is the founder of the Schillace Law Office. He opened his office in 2001 after 11 years of practice. His practice focuses on consumer law, civil and insurance litigation, trial practice, insurance liability and coverage defense, personal injury, truck and automobile accidents and injuries, nursing home abuse and neglect, slip and fall, professional negligence and malpractice, and wrongful death. Mr. Schillace is admitted to practice in West Virginia and is a member American Bar Association and The West Virginia State Bar. He earned his B.S.B.A. and J.D. degrees from West Virginia University.
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