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In a retaliation claim, a personal assistant of the former manager is being brought in to testify my performance (the retaliation claim is valid legally). What a are some good reasons to object before the hearing?
Also there are some parties who are involved in the reports that I made - they are also being brought in to testify on performance when the complain is about retaliation. What are some good grounds to object any of these circumstances before the hearing?
What reasons people typically give to object to a witness (from being admitted)? Any other tips?
Is conflict of interest is a valid basis? If it is bias, what need to provided to establish bias?
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