This CLE webinar will discuss some of the technology considerations for mediations, depositions, arbitrations, and court hearings by video conferencing as well as the practical issues that our attorneys have faced participating in these. Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys Brian Gaudet, Susan Pangborn, and Burleigh Singleton will discuss the pros and cons as well as practical concerns and first-hand accounts of all of the new issues and considerations that have been introduced to the practice of law.
- Platform Selection Considerations. Security and Functionality
- Practical Considerations. Chat, Passwords, Background, Audio & Video, Distractions, Screen Share, etc.
- Special Considerations. Mediations, Depositions, Arbitrations & Court Hearings
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