I wish to have my x's supervisor deposed, so apparently I need to have her served a deposition subpoena. From what I can tell, this means the supervisor must be served personally, but I'm not certain this can happen on the first attempt by the process server. In fact, I have reason to believe she will try to avoid being served all together. She will be deposed as a representative of the company, so can the messenger leave the subpoena with someone at the office other than the supervisor (the person being deposed), perhaps someone else with her credentials?
A company's representative's deposition is set by a pmk deposition not noticing the person themselves. See CCP 2025.230.
Where personal service is required (not for a pmk deposition), it must be personally served on the person, not left with someone else.
I agree with Mr. Selik. If you want that specific person, you must personally serve them. Have the process server catch her at her car going in or out of work.
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