7 Best Practices for Remote Video Depositions
When everyone began sheltering in place amidst the corona virus outbreak last spring, the wheels of litigation came to a grinding halt. Attorneys had to find new ways to conduct discovery and meet case deadlines while adhering to various stay-at-home orders. Now, remote video depositions have become a practical workaround during this global pandemic and many attorneys are finding they are an excellent option to keeping their cases moving.
Here are 7 best practices to consider for remote video depositions when conducting a remote deposition to ensure things go smoothly.
7. BE PATIENT
While some attorneys and witnesses are better than others at this, it’s important to set the tone for a successful remote deposition by channeling a good dose of patience. Technology is great until it’s not. There will be occasional hiccups. By implementing a few best practices, you should avoid most basic remote video deposition pitfalls.
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