FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
V. DEPOSITIONS AND DISCOVERY
Rule 30 (b)(6)
Deposition by Oral
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(b) Notice of the Deposition; Other Formal Requirements.
(6) Notice or Subpoena Directed to an Organization.
In its notice or subpoena, a party may name as the deponent a public
or private corporation, a partnership, an association, a
governmental agency, or other entity and must describe with
reasonable particularity the matters for examination. The named
organization must then designate one or more officers, directors, or
managing agents, or designate other persons who consent to testify
on its behalf; and it may set out the matters on which each person
designated will testify. A subpoena must advise a nonparty
organization of its duty to make this designation. The persons
designated must testify about information known or reasonably
available to the organization. This paragraph (6) does not preclude
a deposition by any other procedure allowed by these rule
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