Out-Of-State Discovery – Letters Rogatory
At Gilman, McLaughlin & Hanrahan, LLP, experience has taught us that in today’s interconnected world there is an increased need for pretrial discovery outside the state in which litigation is pending. Our Boston attorneys can efficiently help out-of-state attorneys obtain the necessary letters rogatory for discovery.
Skilled Witness Subpoena Counsel For Out-Of-State Discovery
By statute, Massachusetts has developed a unique procedure to aid foreign counsel in obtaining such discovery. This out-of-state discovery procedure requires Massachusetts counsel to open a Massachusetts case and file the necessary applications and affidavits resulting in an order permitting service on and the deposition of the Massachusetts resident or company. Our lawyers are experienced in obtaining the necessary order from the court to subpoena the witness in your action.
After the parties in your case have been notified of the deposition under the rules of your state, and letters rogatory or a commission has been issued by the judge in your case, our lawyers can usually obtain an order allowing a subpoena for you in as little as a few days.
How We Can Help With Deposition Support
Our lawyers and staff can also assist you in securing stenographers, video conferencing, video-text synchronization, videography and other deposition support. At Gilman, McLaughlin & Hanrahan, LLP, our experience obtaining out-of-state discovery helps ensure that your witness is subpoenaed, and your deposition is secured as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Ask Us About The Legal Supportive Services We Can Provide
Gilman, McLaughlin & Hanrahan, LLP, offers a complimentary consultation to discuss how we can help you with your out-of-state discovery needs. Contact our firm today to schedule an appointment. You can reach us online or call 617-580-3180.