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How do I set up a Videoconference Deposition?
A deposition requires that legal professionals be able to see
and hear a witness as they ask questions to explore the issues of the
case. Normally this will require a Public videoconference Room in the
City that is convenient for the witness, and a Public videoconference
Room that is in the City that is convenient for the lawyers deposing.
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This means that your agent must assist you in locating two convenient Public
videoconference Rooms; one in each of the participating cities. You
should request a quote from your agent for a 3 hour, (or longer),
videoconference on the date and at the time that is convenient for all
There will be cases where you will
desire additional sites for the deposition to be viewed by a third
party. Ask your agent for a quote on additional cities in what would
be a multi-point deposition.
If you require a videotape record of
the deposition suitable for use in court; ask your agent for
assistance in assigning a qualified legal videographer for one of the
videoconference Public Room locations.
Most Court Reporters are familiar
with videoconferencing depositions but if you wish for us to recommend
one that has videoconference experience, simply ask your agent for a
Court Reporters have adopted videoconferencing as a "must have" technology and are now the largest group of new videoconference public rooms owners in the world.
This is due in part to a new breed of videoconferencing equipment that are perfect suited to the world of the Court Reporter. Please
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Videoconferencing Systems that are complete with everything from network to user training, to inclusion in an International Database of rentable public videoconference rooms, giving your new videoconference installation the best possible exposure for depositions, interviews and remote business meetings.
videoconference deposition anywhere, anytime with this scheduling form. Your online
reservation will be confirmed by phone or email on the same business day. Your
reservation will be confirmed again by phone on the business day
preceding the deposition.
If you are scheduling a deposition with less than
24 hours notice, please call us at (402) 827-3184.
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You will receive a reservation confirmation within one business day. If you do not receive
a confirmation for your videoconference, please contact us at (402)