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Law Practice,
Ethics/Professional Responsibility

Jun. 6, 2023

Establishing protocols for videoconference depositions

As several recent cases illustrate, the remote nature of videoconference depositions has also lent itself to deposition abuses by attorneys and deponents.

Due in large part to the COVID pandemic, deposition by videoconference has become the favored method of many attorneys. As with other technologies, once attorneys became comfortable with conducting depositions by this method, videoconference depositions provided a convenient and cost-effective way to conduct the proceeding.

In fact, specific rules have now been enacted to make it easier to conduct videoconference depositions. For example...

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