Anyone who has peeked at his or her cellphone during a Zoom meeting likely has recognized the potential for improper witness coaching during a remote deposition. When lawyers, the deponent and the court reporter are in physically different places, it ...Read More »
In the blink of an eye, the pandemic changed everything. Even courts have curtailed their activities. Yet, the disputes confronting our citizens have not abated. Lawyers have responded to these challenges by using phones, desktops, laptops and tablets to mediate ...Read More »
Social distancing has eliminated in-person interactions, causing lawyers to “meet” with clients through telephone calls or video conferencing. One of the most popular video conferencing platforms is Zoom. Since the coronavirus outbreak, Zoom’s daily active users have shot up from ...Read More »
Minnesota’s Mayo Clinic is using video cameras to connect babies born in distress at small hospitals to neo-natal specialists at their Rochester hospital. In Maryland, intensive care unit patients in 11 hospitals — 10 of them in sparsely populated rural ...Read More »
Virginia Lawyers Weekly held a roundtable on Aug. 30 on cybersecurity, sponsored by the Fairfax law firm of Berenzweig Leonard. The participants included a lawyer, a risk assessment manager, an insurance specialist, a cybersecurity strategist and a public relations professional. ...
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