Esquire Viewpoint: Getting you ready for what's next in litigation

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Will In-Person Depositions Vanish Before COVID-19?

Did you notice that in-person depositions and remote depositions traded places in 2020? Legally speaking, that is. When 2020 began, in-person depositions were the default means of obtaining pretri...


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Looking Your Best During Remote Depositions

Few in the legal community question the aphorism that “appearances matter.” They do. Rightly or wrongly, typos in a brief, tardiness, or other signs of inattention to detail are all impediments t...


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When Deposition Advocacy Becomes Unethical

The German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer, a cranky cultural observer who believed human beings were doomed to an existence no more fulfilling than the lives of moles, was nevertheless clear-eyed ab...


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Clients Are Ready for Legal Profession…

The push and pull of direct client feedback is a strong indicator of where the practice of law is, or should be, heading. As we recently described in this post on in-house legal departments’ impres...


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Employers Advised to Use Communication, Flexibility…

When weighing liability risks arising from employees contracting COVID-19 at the workplace, many employers instinctively turn to the liability waiver, a document that — in theory — will protect t...


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In-House Counsel Describe Relations With Outside…

For outside law firms, the early lessons for delivering quality legal services to corporate clients during the COVID-19 pandemic are simple ones. Be present. Be nimble. Be helpful. Remote work is her...


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