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The Legal Profession’s Child Care Problem

By Avi Stadler | March 2, 2021

The rapid transformation to remote work in response to COVID-19 coupled with the presence of children no longer in school buildings or child-care settings has severely and negatively impacted female lawyers.

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Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act Widens Footprint

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | February 24, 2021

Nebraska court rules now set out in detail the process that must be followed when out-of-state litigators seek deposition testimony and evidence from a Nebraska resident. The new rules also include commentary and an example subpoena for attorneys to follow.

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eBook: Elements of a Strong Remote Deposition Protocol

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | February 23, 2021

Remote depositions are an efficient means of obtaining discovery at a time when few are able or willing to travel or gather in groups. More importantly, the reality for litigators today is that it is very difficult to obtain a continuance until some future date when the public health crisis will abate sufficiently to allow in-person depositions to resume.

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The Legal Professions Child Care Problem
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The Legal Profession’s Child Care Problem

It’s no secret that the hardships associated with the COVID-19 pandemic have not dispersed evenly throughout our society. Small businesses bore the brunt of the economic fallout caused by drasti...


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Interstate Depositions and Discovery Act Widens…

Nebraska has become the latest state to modernize its rules for taking depositions across state lines. The UIDDA is now effective in 43 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. ...


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eBook: Elements of a Strong Remote…

Remote depositions are an efficient means of obtaining discovery at a time when few are able or willing to travel or gather in groups. More importantly, the reality for litigators today is that it i...


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Paused Jury Trial System Resists Restart…

Alas, the trip has been a long one. It’s frustrating to feel that any destination — whether it’s the end of a long family road trip or a return to in-person court proceedings — is just around...


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Make Your Zoom Meeting As Secure…

For many lawyers, the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic were a forced apprenticeship with virtual communications technologies, perhaps none more important than the easy-to-use, low-cost Zoom videoc...


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eBook: A First Timer’s Guide to…

Whether it's an employment discrimination case or a personal injury matter, a patent dispute, or a cross-border antitrust proceeding, the probability that an attorney will encounter parties and wit...


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