Despite fewer restrictions for in-person litigation, new data from Esquire Deposition Solutions shows that 78% of attorneys plan to continue conducting more than 50% of depositions virtually. In many cases, the benefits of virtual depositions far outweigh the in-person option, helping litigators bring resolution to their cases and work in a faster, more cost-effective and efficient way.

As courts, attorneys, and clients continue to navigate the new normal, here are four tips to help you master virtual depositions.

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