Credit: Tsongas Litigation Consulting
(Folsom, California) September 2, 2020
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce their guide to preparing for remote depositions. During this time of a global pandemic, many attorneys are opting to work from home to keep their clients, their employees, and themselves safe. To simultaneously help aid in those safety precautions and keep the world of law flowing, the NNRC proudly offers remote depositions. While this form of deposition serves the same purpose as in-person depositions, there are some preparation steps an attorney must be aware of.
On this page, attorneys can learn about important steps to take prior to a deposition, technology advice, and key reasons to prepare a witness for a remote deposition. After reading this illuminating information, attorneys can approach their remote deposition with more confidence.
Whether an attorney books a remote deposition, videoconferencing, or any other litigation support service through the NNRC, they are scheduling some of the best professionals in the business. Court reporting firms that desire to become a partner of the NNRC undergo a strict vetting process to guarantee their speed, accuracy, efficiency, and quality of customer service. No matter where a client requires litigation support, by scheduling through the NNRC, they’ll have the best professionals on their side.
Scheduling a service with the NNRC is easy. Attorneys can call and/or email, but for even more ease, they can fill out the NNRC’s online, mobile friendly scheduling form. Be they at a coffee shop, at home, or at the office, as long as they have an internet connection, attorneys can use this form to schedule whatever service they require in a matter of minutes.
For more information on the NNRC, call (866) 337-6672, email email@example.com, or fill out this contact form.