A family lawyer, an in-house counsel and an employment litigator talk to O’Brien & Levine (A Magna Legal Services Company) President Kenneth Zais about the permanence of technology in their practices for his latest article for the Women’s Bar Association.
Conducting depositions remotely, sharing exhibits electronically and holding court hearings via video are no longer the one-off for exceptional circumstances. All are now routine as the legal profession adapts through an ongoing global pandemic.
Mary Beth Sweeney is the family lawyer with Atwood Cherney. Lurleen Gannon is the in-house counsel with Vinfen. Diane Saunders is the employment litigator and partner with Ogletree Deakins.
As changes take hold, they discuss how improved efficiencies help best represent appreciative clients, and establish equity among parties.
Technology offerings also extend to mock trials, trial consulting, jury consulting and compelling graphics, such as presentations with 3D animation.