(Portland, Oregon) July 2, 2020
Beovich, Walter & Friend (or BWF) is pleased to announce their page on the differences between remote and in-person depositions. Though many states are re-opening, many professionals continue to work from home. For legal professionals, this makes services like remote depositions all the more important. Even so, potential differences between the two can make attorneys hesitate.
Thankfully, remote depositions work essentially the same was as in-person depositions, but there are a few peculiarities in preparation that attorneys must keep in mind. The staff at BWF has compiled a list of these differences so attorneys can better prepare for not only their next remote deposition, but their next in-person deposition.
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