In a case of first impression, a Bergen County, N.J., judge has ruled that a plaintiff can compel the videotaping of her own deposition, even if the deposing party opposes it.

Superior Court Judge Rachelle Harz wrote that a plaintiff-driven recording does not run afoul of the court rule governing videotaped depositions and that any party may videotape a deposition.

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