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Working from home has become the new normal for every professional who has the ability to do so. While some might think that an office door closing means the business is closed, that is not the case in the slightest. Businesses that once had physical locations are now operating remotely from home offices or dining room tables– even law firms.

The course of law doesn’t come to a stop just because of a global crisis. In fact, the current situation may make some areas of practice may be even more important than previously. Attorneys across the world are doing what they can to keep in contact with their clients while still keeping everyone as safe and healthy as possible in the comfort of their homes.

Emails work for correspondence that doesn’t require an immediate response. Phone calls are fine for two people, but when that number grows to include an entire legal team, it can be difficult to discern who said what.

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This is exactly where the NNRC’s remote depositions and videoconferencing services come in handy. With our state-of-the-art technology, everyone can be seen and heard with the utmost clarity. Our service allows you to connect with the same, highly skilled court reporting professionals without leaving the safety your home.

Attorneys can meet with two or ten people on this easy to navigate interface and secure server. With this service, attorneys can hold meetings with partners just as easily as depositions with opposing counsel and witnesses. Our staff is on standby to ensure that things run as smoothly as possible.

To learn more about our remote depositions, contact us today.