Overview (Program Summary)
Remote proceedings have been conducted for years for reasons of cost and convenience. A witness may have testified in court via video conference or the deposition of a deponent in Paris may have been taken by counsel located in New York City. The participants were often in state-of-the-art video conference rooms or video conference-capable courtrooms. On the witness side, an attorney was present acting as a gatekeeper, handing the witness documents as they are marked. There may have been a videographer in the room and a court reporter. This was how remote proceedings were conducted for years.
All that changed earlier this year. How do you bring participants together when they are geographically scattered, locked away in their homes and without the aid of office resources? How do you manage exhibits, evidentiary presentation, courtroom reporting, videography? How do you ensure security and technical support? This webinar will explore the solutions to these issues and how they have quickly evolved over the last few months.