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In this practical January 15, 2021 1.5-hour program, Florina Altshiler, a partner in the law firm of Russo & Gould LLP with offices in Buffalo, New York and New York City, provides a thorough explanation of what you need to know to successfully conduct depositions in the remote environment.
Ms. Altshiler has many years of litigation experience and regularly conducts remote depositions. She has been both the lead attorney in many civil trials and an Assistant District Attorney in criminal trials.
Major topics include:
Preparing Yourself And Your Witness
Pre-deposition Matters to resolve with the court reporter and opposing counsel
Gathering information using the Funnel Method
How to use exhibits remotely
Gaining Admissions and theory testing
Presenting Yourself Online
Making and Dealing with Objections
Finishing the Deposition
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