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Remote Deposition Tips from a Court Reporter

  Whether you are familiar or brand new to the concept, attending remote depositions has become inevitable. As judicial orders get extended due to concerns surrounding COVID-19, in-person depositions are happening less frequently, if at all. While the conditions may not always be ideal, see below for some tips to make your remote depositions run. Continue reading…

Making Your Remote Office a Success

With the unique challenge of working and keeping businesses going during COVID-19, having a remote office has become our new normal but it can still be an unknown, possibly even stressful, factor amid these disruptive and uncertain times. It’s more important now than ever to keep your mental and emotional well-being in check, as well. Continue reading…

United States Supreme Court to Reconsider Auer Deference

The highest court in our land has agreed to add Kisor v. Wilkie to its docket of cases it will review during its session. According to Jurist.org, however, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) will limit its review to the first question only that was presented by the petition for certiorari. The question. Continue reading…

State of Georgia Sued Over Voter Registration Law

The Jurist, a legal news and research site, reports that multiple civil rights organizations have filed a lawsuit against Georgia’s Secretary of State Brian Kemp – who is also the Republican nominee for state governor – to stop enforcement of a recent election law. House Bill 268 (HB 268) has essentially placed a hold on. Continue reading…

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