Depositions are a valuable step of the legal process that allows attorneys to gather a full profile of of facts and testimonies. This gives them the opportunity to analyze a transcript (recorded by their favorite Columbus court reporters) and make their case even more solid.
Given the global pandemic, attorneys are turning to remote depositions to continue their work from the safety of their home. At Anderson Reporting, we do everything in our power to make sure our client’s remote depositions run as smoothly as possible. On top of preparing for our client’s depositions over a secure server, we also offer resources for attorneys to prepare beforehand.
There are key differences between preparing for a remote deposition and an in-person deposition. That is why we offer a page outlining the key differences between preparing for a remote deposition and an in-person deposition. Attorneys should turn to this page to learn a little more about the things that they need to remember, as well as the details that overlap.
Make sure you are totally ready for your next remote deposition. Read one of our many resources, and if you have additional questions, don’t hesitate to contact us today.