Remote Video Deposition Protocol: Developing Joint Stipulated Guidelines for Effective and Efficient Remote Depositions

$195.00

CLE credits earned: 2 GENERAL (or 2 LAW & LEGAL for WA state)

Courts are exercising their power to order that depositions be taken remotely and by videoconference during these uncertain times of the coronavirus pandemic. With remote depositions becoming more and more essential, attorneys need to learn how to effectively and efficiently manage such depositions. We discuss several aspects of remote depositions that require special attention and provide tips in developing a deposition protocol to avoid common pitfalls including: minimizing technical difficulties, ensuring confidentiality, and providing examining attorneys with reasonable control over the deposition, all while following the applicable federal and local rules and court orders.

This course is co-sponsored with myLawCLE.

Key topics to be discussed:

• Noticing remote depositions
• Effective Time Management
• Managing objections and communications during a remote deposition
• Complying with confidentiality obligations

Date / Time: July 21, 2020

•   3:00 pm – 5:00 pm Eastern
•   2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Central
•   1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Mountain
•   12:00 pm – 2:00 pm Pacific

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Original Broadcast Date: June 30, 2020

Vid Bhakar
The primary focus of Vid Bhakar’s intellectual property practice is patent infringement litigation and the protection of computer-related technologies, typically by patenting them. He also has extensive experience in technology-related transactions. For the last 25 years, Vid has represented an expansive spectrum of clients in a number of patent infringement and trade secret matters in various jurisdictions throughout the United States.

Steven Auvil
Steve Auvil leads Squire Patton Boggs’ Intellectual Property & Technology Practice Group’s litigation practice in the US, and his practice is focused on litigation of intellectual property (IP) disputes. As an engineer and patent lawyer, he has been exposed to a wide variety of technologies, including control systems, power electronics, communication systems, medical devices, steel production, complex mechanical systems and software systems. Steve has been listed in Chambers USA Leading Lawyers since 2007 and The Best Lawyers in America since 2006.
In more than 20 years of practicing law, Steve has served as lead trial counsel and successfully represented clients in numerous patent, trade secret, copyright and trademark/trade dress cases in federal district courts throughout the US. He has also argued several patent-related appeals before the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. In addition, he has handled a significant number of disputes before US administrative agencies, including 337 actions before the US International Trade Commission and proceedings before the Patent Trial and Appeals Board. Finally, Steve has represented clients in IP-related disputes before arbitration tribunals.

Tamara Fraizer, Ph.D.
Tamara Fraizer helps her clients assess intellectual property (IP) related issues, leverage and enforce IP rights and defend against IP claims. Tamara’s expertise is patent litigation and she has litigated numerous patent cases in federal courts across the nation and at the US International Trade Commission. Tamara is also a patent lawyer who prosecutes patents before the US Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) and handles post-grant challenges to them. In addition to fighting for her clients in the courts and at the PTO, Tamara relies upon over 18 years of legal experience to provide her clients with sound IP assessments and counseling, and to help them effectively manage their IP disputes.

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I. Noticing remote depositions 3:00-3:30
II. Effective Time Management 3:30-4:00
III. Managing objections and communications during a remote deposition 4:00-4:30
IV. Complying with confidentiality obligations