What have we learned about best practices in virtual litigation? Even as courts begin, slowly, to reopen, knowing how best to present your client’s case - or your legal arguments - in a remote setting remains critical to your success. This program will explore how virtual litigation is currently taking place in state and federal courts, and how different judges plan to manage their cases going forward. Panelists will examine what works and doesn’t work when presenting your case virtually, deposing witnesses, or arguing and examining witnesses in front of a judge or jury in a non-traditional courtroom. Our panel of experienced litigators at both the state and federal level, joined by a sitting state judge, will discuss best practices - and caution against practices that should be avoided. If you litigate in either state or federal court, you won’t want to miss this insightful and practical discussion of litigation in the COVID and post-COVID era.

Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
June 30, 2020
Virtual Litigation: What Works and What Doesn’t in Remote Court?
Speaker Information
Hon. Daniel Doyle   [ view bio ]
Sean Eldridge, Esq.   [ view bio ]
Eric Ferrante, Esq.   [ view bio ]
Tiffany Lee, Esq.   [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Monroe County Bar Center for Education
New York (Skills): 1.50
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