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.
Discovery paused when cases were put on hold early on in the pandemic. The expectation that depositions would resume in the familiar conference room setting remains an expectation.
Shepard Davidson of Burns & Levinson, Charla Stevens of McLane Middleton and Michael Sullivan of Prince Lobel serve up tips on adjusting to remote depositions and meeting discovery deadlines.
Click a link, connect with all participants
- Click a link, connect with all participants
- Organize, present electronic exhibits
- Prepare clients and witness
Our court reporters Laurie Berg and Susan Lozzi bring their insights, too. A big plus: Availability to cover depositions by going online, not going in town.
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