In these uncertain times, Lighthouse Court Reporting would like to reassure our clients that we are here to service you.
Traditionally, hesitation and skepticism were terms associated with remote depositions. This no longer needs to be the case.
Under Federal and State rules, Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 30(b)(4), remote depositions require the parties to stipulate they agree to hold their testimony remotely. The stipulation should be in writing, but need not be filed with the court or conditioned on court approval so long as the stipulation does not affect the terms of an existing scheduling order or other court order.
Lighthouse is very experienced in conducting remote depositions and works together with multiple parties to ensure a successful deposition proceeding from start to finish.