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Flourishing in the New Normal…

…That’s the cover story for the current issue the Journal of Court Reporting—including observations from O’Brien & Levine President Kenneth Zais. “If court reporters have proved anything during the past decades,”
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Pandemic Era Depositions: WBA Members Get Comfortable Going Remote

We so appreciate hearing the experience of attorneys adjusting to remote depositions and moving their cases forward. Three members of the Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts share their observations and tips
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Remote Deposition Tips: Brought to you by 3 Litigators. 2 Court Reporters.

In a guest column for Law Technology Today, O’Brien & Levine President Kenny Zais checks in with Boston-area litigators on taking remote videoconference depositions from their home offices. It’s working out.
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We’ve Got That #GivingTuesday Vibe!

How great is GivingTuesday? What better way to get in the vibe of the holiday season than to donate to incredible organizations that contribute so much to so many. This year,
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Mass Bar Beat Podcast

Listen Up! Remote Depositions MassBar Beat Podcast

Ever timely, the latest MassBar Beat podcast episode, brought to you the by Massachusetts Bar Association, is all about Remote Depositions: Best practices and pitfalls. O’Brien & Levine President Kenny Zais
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MLW Reader Rankings 2020 Best Court Reporting and Best Video Deposition

The Verdict Is In: O’Brien & Levine Gets 4 Years…in a Row!

O&L Voted the #1 Court Reporting and Video Deposition Company for 4 Consecutive Years. Wow, what can we say but “THANK YOU!” Once again, readers of Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly named us
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Thoughts and Thanks from Kenny Zais, O’Brien & Levine

I hope this message finds you and your families safe and well. There are scenarios we’ve anticipated and planned for: Severe weather disruptions. Power outages. Transportation delays and shutdowns. Public safety
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Mass SJC Justices

COVID-19 Pandemic, SJC Update Order: Remote Depositions Proceed, Court Approval not Required

An order issued by the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, effective May 26, 2020, authorizes remote attendance at depositions in civil cases, without stipulation or court order. Cases can proceed, without
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Remote Video Depositions Aren’t so Perplexing. Start with a Trial Run.

Not wanting to push the schedule out for months, Holland & Knight litigator Jean-Phillip A. Brignol recently deposed an expert witness over videoconference. It helps that judicial branch orders from many
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Remote Depositions: Swear-in Witness from a Distance, per SJC

In response to remote work procedures now established throughout the legal community, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts issued an order on March 20, 2020 permitting oaths at depositions to be
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