Ernest C. Blount

Ernest C. Blount
Ernest C. Blount
How To Prepare For A Deposition
What trial lawyers don’t want management to know! Discloses substantial weaknesses in a witnesses predisposition preparation. Fact: Insurance company defense attorneys can’t be presumed to properly prepare your employee witness prior to a deposition. This is your wake-up call! In far too many instances witness preparation is grossly insufficient. This exposes you to great risk. The trial lawyers love it. Learn the potential disastrous consequences your organization is exposed to with the testimony of an under-prepared witness. Insurance policies have limits…trial juries don’! Protect your organization! Mitigate the potential for a catastrophic result. Learn, step-by-step, how to insure that every employee witness is properly prepared.
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Port St. Lucie, Florida, USA
Ernest C. Blount is an author, public speaker, corporate security, and law enforcement professional. He has served in senior executive positions in both public and private sector positions: In the public sector as a municipal chief of police and in the private sector as the chief security officer for a large Florida corporation. His experience encompasses comprehensive criminal and civil investigations and litigation support as a consulting and testifying expert.

Mr. Blount is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, and a certified fraud examiner. He is a former member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, a retired member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and American Society for Industrial Security.

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