Because of the broad scope of discovery in civil litigation, "it is exceedingly difficult to demonstrate an appropriate basis for an order barring the taking of a deposition." Naftchi v. New Fort Medical Center, etal., 172 F.R.D. 130 (S.D.NY 1997) citing, 8 Charles Alan Wright, Arthur R. Miller & Richard L. Marcus, Federal Practice and Procedure.-Civil 2D section 2037, at 494-95 (1994)(hereinafter "Wright"). "Nor, in ordinary circumstances, does it matter that the proposed witness is a busy person or professes lack of knowledge of the matters at issue, as the party seeking the discovery is entitled to test the asserted lack of knowledge."
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