Philadelphia-based personal injury attorney John Zervanos often finds himself negotiating with opposing counsel to hold depositions in-person rather than via videoconference.

Zervanos, a partner at Soloff & Zervanos, said he tries to make reasonable accommodations for anyone with a health concern, but there are some parts of his work as a litigator that can’t be replicated over videoconference.

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