At the outset of the United States’ March lockdown in response to COVID-19, court reporting vendors quickly introduced remote deposition technology into their service offerings.

Early skepticism of this technology quickly gave way to widespread adoption in order to move cases along. This has advanced the legal profession light years in a matter of months. As a new round of social and economic shut down begins in response to the recent resurgence in coronavirus cases, lawyers are better prepared to deal with depositions remotely as this manner of discovery has become ubiquitous.

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