Virtual depositions??

As a occasional litigator who (very) occasionally handles depositions, I don’t think I’d be at all comfortable with virtual depositions. And since they’re generally only used in civil cases, I don’t see the need. Civil cases can simply be put on hold for the duration of the crisis (that’s what Massachusetts is doing with a few exceptions).

Squire Patton Boggs partner Steven M. Auvil in March asked an Ohio federal judge to take a rather unusual step in a case he was working on, compel a remote deposition.

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