Best practices for remote / video-conference depositions
During these challenging times, while being forced to comply with shelter-in-place orders and social distancing requirements, legal professionals are faced with the task of quickly developing and adopting new best practices for working from home.
Most local and court-specific rules in federal and state courts include some guidance either requiring or allowing "remote means", "telephonic appearances", "remote participation" or other similar accommodations for the safety of all.
CSI has been providing remote/video-conference deposition services for 13 years and is well prepared for situations like this, which require a shift away from in-person depositions.
We have developed a short on-demand webinar with information on CSI's industry-leading remote/video-conference deposition services. Watch the webinar below to learn more about CSI's technology, people, processes, and capacity to conduct remote/video-conference depositions to keep your litigation practice on track.
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