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  • Benefits of Videoconferencing for your International Depositions (Updated)
    Posted by Planet Depos on January 17, 2018 at 6:00 pm

    Coordinating international depositions can often include steps which are both pricey and tedious. You could save time and money with a videoconference, or a mobile videoconference in many cases. The post Benefits of Videoconferencing for your International Depositions (Updated) appeared first on Planet Depos. […]

  • Announcing the 2018 International Deposition Guide
    Posted by Planet Depos on January 3, 2018 at 5:00 pm

    The Planet Depos International Deposition Guide is your best resource for planning an international deposition. From country-specific checklists to travel tips, the 2018 IDG has everything you need to know. The post Announcing the 2018 International Deposition Guide appeared first on Planet Depos. […]

  • Gifts for Your Court Reporter
    Posted by Planet Depos on December 20, 2017 at 3:40 pm

    If you’re looking for a gift for your beloved court reporter this holiday season, consider one of these ideas. Tis the season! The post Gifts for Your Court Reporter appeared first on Planet Depos. […]

  • Your International Deposition Checklist (Updated 2017)
    Posted by Planet Depos on December 13, 2017 at 5:15 pm

    Time is of the essence when planning international depositions, so organization is vital. Be sure to review this checklist to keep yourself on plan! The post Your International Deposition Checklist (Updated 2017) appeared first on Planet Depos. […]

  • 7 Handy Tips for Scheduling a Deposition
    Posted by Planet Depos on November 29, 2017 at 5:30 pm

    By Micayla Charles The process of scheduling a deposition can have several moving pieces, from counsel’s and the witness’s schedule to arranging for a court reporter, videographer, and/or interpreter. And then there’s finding an appropriate location, organizing exhibits, setting up special services, as well as planning for the necessary technology needed to make the deposition […] The post 7 Handy Tips for Scheduling a Deposition appeared first on Planet Depos. […]

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        • The Latest And Greatest In President Trump’s Judicial Nominations
          Posted by David Lat on January 20, 2018 at 12:54 am

          Here's a rundown of where things stand, including district as well as circuit courts. […]

        • Things That Aren’t Shut Down — See Also
          Posted by Elie Mystal on January 20, 2018 at 12:29 am

          EVEN IF THE GOVERNMENT SHUTS DOWN, THE COURTS WILL STILL STAY OPEN: For three weeks. After that, I don't know. I'm rooting for total anarchy though. I'm one of those "anarchy is preferable to tyranny" guys. Basically the entire project of Western political philosophy has been trying to tell me I'm wrong, but those philosophers have all been white. Here's my post. HOW ARE YOU DOING, 2LS and 3LS? Apparently 2Ls and 3Ls are more likely to screw around on their laptops than 1Ls. Which makes sense. Because law school should not be three years long. Anyway, Joe welcomes our readers here. WE ASKED DEALBREAKER TO EXPLAIN CRYPTOCURRENCY: Listen to the podcast here. You might learn something, or, in the alternative, feel superior to me because you already knew all this stuff. PAYDAY LOANS ARE EVIL: There's really no excuse for making them come back, except for the fact that the President is a con-man and therefore has no problems with predatory "banking." Post here. MALE CLIENTS PREFER MALE ATTORNEYS: I mean, men suck. I'd apologize for my gender, but that would just make some man call me a 'cuck', and then I'd have to challenge that man to a fight, because I'm a man and I don't really know how to settle my differences without at least threatening physical domination of my enemies. But I would be willing to hire a woman to defend me from the manslaughter charge, which, apparently, makes me a more evolved man than most. And because I'm a more evolved man than most, I generally feel I should be rewarded with sex and meat. Basically, I should probably be forcibly prevented from participating in society. But Kathryn's post has some less violent and totalitarian solutions. […]

        • Non-Sequiturs: 01.19.18
          Posted by Above the Law on January 19, 2018 at 11:58 pm

          * When it comes to the retrial of sexual-assault charges against Bill Cosby, there are many women -- 19, to be exact -- willing to testify #MeToo. [Jezebel] * Best friends: which organizations file the most amicus briefs in the U.S. Supreme Court? [Empirical SCOTUS] * Judicata just ranked the brief-writing skills of 20 top California law firms; how did your firm fare? [Dewey B Strategic] * How will artificial intelligence transform society? Brad Smith, president and chief legal officer of Microsoft, and Harry Shum, executive VP of Microsoft's AI and research Group, share their insights. [Microsoft] * Speaking of AI, how will it affect the world of legal practice? Jake Heller, CEO of AI pioneer Casetext, has answers. [Artificial Lawyer] * Professor Noah Feldman identifies the shortcomings of Twitter as a forum for legal discussion (but has some kind words for legal blogs, including the one you're reading right now). [Bloomberg] * Message boards are also valuable resources -- like this one, "where all the unemployed lawyers go to cry." [The Outline] * Marc Randazza is a commendably fierce defender of the First Amendment, but this latest case might be a bridge too far. [Huffington Post] * Check out this fascinating profile of a Mormon lawyer who lost his faith searching for an archaeological site. [Science] * Why do we need people from s**thole countries? Meet five lawyers who prove the merits of immigration. [Lawfuel] * Think twice before asking your accountant buddy to do your taxes for you. [Going Concern] * Speaking of taxes, we've finally uncovered the real victims of the new tax scheme -- partners who want a break on sports tickets. [Accounting Today […]