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Birmingham Bar Association Bulletin

Errata Sheets Matthew Slaughter Erratic Approaches to Substantive Changes on Errata Sheets Many attorneys have often advised their clients that they have the right to read their deposition transcript and make corrections on an attachment called an errata sheet. Many attorneys have also advised their clients that any corrections would be limited to correcting typographical errors or confusing answers. However, depending on which court the case is pending, the deponent may also make substantive changes. For instance, a “Yes” answer could be changed to a “No.” Birmingham Bar Bulletin/ Spring 2018 17


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