While the pandemic has left litigators eager to get their cases back in courts and before live juries, something many of them are happy to leave in the pre-pandemic world is the time sink of driving the better part of a day to make it to a deposition.

Virtual depositions have earned the favor of even attorneys who began the pandemic skeptical of the practice, and most now see the merit in continuing to utilize them even after pandemic-related distancing precautions subside. 

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