October 20, 2020
Knoxville Bar Association
Legal Technology, Trial Practice
The CLE program "Practical Tips for Successful Remote Depositions" was originally presented and recorded on October 20, 2020.
Remote depositions are not a new frontier, but, for many, it is a new way of practicing law. The pandemic has undoubtedly increased the popularity and use of these types of depositions. This presentation provides an overview of the practical and legal aspects of remote depositions and is designed to prepare attorneys and witnesses for the virtual process. Our presenters will address concerns, go through the process of doing a remote deposition, and offer tips on what to keep in mind when participating in one. This CLE will provide best practices and critical considerations for preparing for your virtual proceeding, demonstrations in remote and exhibit sharing tools, discussions on how to keep your remote proceeding secure, and more! While there are unique challenges to taking or defending depositions remotely, the benefits outweigh the limitations for those who are knowledgeable and prepared.
Presenters: Beecher A. Bartlett, Jr., Kramer Rayson LLP and Ernie Tracy, Tracy Imaging
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Approved for 1 hour of "Online" General CLE Credit
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Program Titles and Supporting Materials
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