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Digital Depositions: An Attorney's Essential Steps for Going Paperless - On-Demand
Webinar is now available on-demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
If your law practice includes taking depositions, you know the challenges that come with managing the volume of exhibits and documents they require. Two clean copies – plus your annotated version – of each potential exhibit. If travel is involved, you've probably lugged an extra suitcase full of exhibits, and carried all of them onboard in case your checked bag gets lost. Then there's organizing all those papers upon arrival at the deposition.
The 21st century solution is here -- digital depositions. But before you jump headfirst into this new technology, invest just one hour to learn the key considerations, potential challenges, and proven solutions. Learn more with the on-demand audio conference, Digital Depositions: An Attorney's Essential Steps for Going Paperless, presented by attorney Taylor Bartlett.
- Why going digital makes sense
- How to reduce paper and use inexpensive existing technology to take depositions
- Your shopping list for going digital
- How to adjust your deposition prep when you transition to digital
- How to get agreements in place with opposing counsel prior to the deposition
- How to conduct the deposition
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Digital Depositions: An Attorney's Essential Steps for Going Paperless — is just $107.
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About Your Presenters:
Heninger Garrison Davis, LLC
Taylor Bartlett practices out of the Alabama and New York offices of Heninger Garrison Davis, LLC and focuses on mass torts, multi-district litigation, class actions, and products liability. He represents clients from all over the United States in these matters. Mr. Bartlett also represents Alabama clients on other matters ranging from products liability vehicle and ATV lawsuits to personal injury lawsuits against oil-rig owners and contractors under the Jones Act.