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Mark Berman. Photo: Rick Kopstein/NYLJ Mark Berman. Photo: Rick Kopstein/NYLJ

Virtual Bench Trial Protocols and Procedures (“Virtual Protocols”) authored by New York Supreme Court Justice Norman St. George, Administrative Judge of Nassau County, is now required reference for the virtual New York litigator.

The practices Virtual Protocols address are useful not just for virtual bench trials, but for all virtual court appearances held over the Microsoft Teams platform, including conferences, oral arguments and hearings. Importantly, Virtual Protocols tackle critical issues concerning the use of exhibits and the testimony of witnesses at virtual trials, and the procedures seek to deal with such concerns.

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