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(e) Summary Judgment Deposition Testimony Evidence

Parties submitting deposition testimony in support of or in opposition to summary judgment motions are to provide a cover sheet to the deposition stating the name of the witness, the date of the deposition, and the deponent’s title and/or role in, or relationship to, the pending litigation (e.g., "John Doe, plaintiff’s human resources manager" or "Jane Doe, plaintiff’s union representative.") Also, parties are to provide the court with an entire transcript of deposition testimony submitted in support of their respective positions if not particularly voluminous (i.e., under 100 pages, preferably in the condensed transcript format where multiple deposition transcript pages are reduced to one page). If the entire transcript cannot be submitted in accordance with the above-stated limitation, parties are to provide at least ten pages of testimony before and after the proffered testimony.

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