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The COVID-19 pandemic has forced courts and lawyers to change their procedures drastically. While physical access to courts has been greatly limited, judges and lawyers are using technology to keep cases moving as much as possible. This includes employing virtual meeting tools to conduct depositions remotely. Zoom, Skype, WebEx and similar platforms have become a regular part of work and personal life for many people, but there are special considerations for using these tools during a legal proceeding.
If you are involved in a personal injury case or other litigation — whether as a plaintiff, a defendant or a witness — it is possible that you will need to give testimony in the form of a deposition. In the pre-COVID world, depositions almost always were taken in person, either at the office of a lawyer or some other agreed upon location. But during the pandemic, you can expect to be deposed remotely at your own home or another location, using one of the many virtual tools that have become mainstream.
Here is a short list of things that you should think about in preparation for your remote deposition. Considering these points can help the process go smoother for all concerned.
At Gesmonde, Pietrosimone & Sgrignari, L.L.C. our Connecticut attorneys have become very experienced in conducting remote depositions during the pandemic. We’ll provide advice and guidance throughout your case. If you need legal advice, call 203-745-0942 or contact us online to arrange a meeting. We have offices in Hamden and East Haven.
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Gesmonde, Pietrosimone & Sgrignari, L.L.C. is located in Hamden, CT and serves clients in and around North Haven, Hamden, Waterbury, Bethany, Milford, Wallingford, Prospect, Woodbridge, Northford, Madison, Beacon Falls, Branford, Cheshire, North Branford, East Haven, Naugatuck, Meriden, Ansonia and New Haven County.
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