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eBook: The Deposition Is Over, Now What?

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | January 5, 2023

Experienced litigators know that a few moments of reflection and planning at the end of a deposition pay big dividends down the road. The deposition’s conclusion is the time to tie up loose ends with opposing counsel, reaffirm any stipulations that might have been made, ensure that the court reporter is properly instructed, and create…

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Covid-Enforced Virtual Working Boosts Litigators’ Confidence In Tech Skills

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | November 2, 2021

Of all the changes that COVID-19 imposed upon us, remote working has been one of the most profound. Now it has become a permanent fixture in full-time, part-time, or hybrid variations across many industries, including the legal profession. To understand how remote work affects attorneys’ day-to-day lives, Esquire executed a survey with litigators to explore…

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eBook: Seven Keys to a Perfect Deposition Transcript

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | August 18, 2021

Conducting remote depositions during the COVID-19 pandemic required attorneys to litigate cases under unfamiliar circumstances as everyone coped with social distancing and other government health mandates fashioned in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Regardless of the circumstances, however, the litigator’s objective has always been the same: to create an accurate record of the deponent’s testimony…

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eBook: COVID-19’s Impact on the Future of Virtual Depositions

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | May 10, 2021

Historically, face-to-face depositions have been the norm in litigation. Even as technology has advanced over the last several decades, ushering the world into the internet age, legal practice has clung to tradition. In the last 15 years, there has been a steadily growing acceptance of technology’s role in litigation due in no small part to…

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eBook: Make Your Zoom Meeting as Secure as Possible

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | March 11, 2021

This eBook reviews security measures deployed by Zoom and security measures that should be adopted by users of the platform. Together, they can create an information-sharing environment that meets the legal profession’s ethical obligation to take reasonable measures to protect client information from access by unauthorized persons in most uses.

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Understanding Corporate Monitoring and Fines

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | July 25, 2018
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Hiring third parties to conduct international business is appealing, but companies should consider the risks of working with third parties before they find themselves in trouble – or a multimillion-dollar lawsuit.

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Is Joint Representation of Two Clients in a Deposition Okay?

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | July 18, 2018
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Many questions arise as to how one should proceed with a deposition in which two clients provide testimony for the same case. Before agreeing to joint defense, it’s important to consider all possible outcomes for the case and how you should proceed – or if you should proceed at all.

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4 Things You Must Know about AIA Trial Depositions

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | July 11, 2018
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Approaching an AIA trial deposition is starkly different from a standard litigation deposition, and there are 4 elements of AIA depositions that litigators must know to handle them appropriately.

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Ongoing Biometric Privacy Litigation to Shape Scanning Technology

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | July 4, 2018
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As biometric litigation continues to grow in scope, so too will advances in biometric scanning technology to help protect the rights of those from whom data is collected.

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Federal Evidence Rules Finally Catch up to Digital Evidence Avalanche

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | June 27, 2018
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With the Federal Rules of Evidence’s amendment of Rule 902, certain types of machine-generated data and forensic electronic evidence are now deemed self-authenticating.

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Will AI Help or Hurt Legal Professionals?

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | June 20, 2018
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When an industry is confronted with a new technology that seeks to improve the efficiency of tasks, the workers of that industry are naturally inclined to feel concerned about how that technology may disrupt the way the industry runs. Currently, artificial intelligence (AI) in litigation is transforming the profession through automation of such time-consuming tasks…

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Activists Bring Climate Change Policy to the Courtroom

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | June 13, 2018
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When those parties and companies refuse to make voluntary changes to improve such climate change factors as pollution output and planet-harming resource gathering methods, activists looking to protect the planet have no other choice but to take them to court.

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Employment Agreements that Prevent Class Action Litigation Deemed Legal

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | June 6, 2018
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An extremely close 5-4 ruling in the U.S. Supreme Court confirmed that employment agreements that state employees must give up their rights to pursue class action claims are legal. Many cases may be settled in arbitration – but is it a change for the better?

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U.S. IPR Patent Review Process Legality Has Been Upheld

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | May 30, 2018
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Houston-based oilfield services company Oil States International, Inc. challenged the legality of inter partes review (IPR), a patent review process that allows the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) to hold hearings with patent challengers and patent holders to determine the validity of a patent. The company argued that IPR violated the right of defendants…

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Reversed Ruling Could Allow Junk Science to Complicate Litigation

By Esquire Deposition Solutions | May 23, 2018
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A reversed ruling from July 2017 could reopen a precedent that junk science evidence is admissible in court, which may allow several thousand cases to run through the judicial system based on refuted scientific theories.

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