NNRC Announces Remote and In-Person Deposition Differences

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(Folsom, California) July 7, 2020

The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce their page on differences in the preparation process for remote and in-person depositions. Due to the global pandemic, many legal professionals have opted to work from home. This has led to an increased need for remote litigation support, including remote deposition services.

Remote depositions serve the same purpose as in-person depositions: they allow attorneys to compile a complete profile of facts. However, there are a few different steps an attorney must take to prepare for a remote deposition. The NNRC’s guide allows attorneys and paralegals to learn about the differences in preparing for remote and in-person depositions in one concise page.

For the better part of 30 years, the NNRC has played a major part in the legal sphere. Formed by leaders in the court reporting world, the NNRC was founded to serve as the only resource attorneys need when scheduling a litigation support service anywhere in the world. With the NNRC, client needs always come first.

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Whether an attorney needs a court reporter in Dallas, a videographer in Seattle, or a trial support specialist in London, they can find that high-quality professional with the NNRC. Each NNRC partner undergoes a strict vetting process to assure their speed, accuracy, and quality of customer service. This allows clients the comfort of knowing they are receiving the same level of support no matter where they are.

For more information, call (866) 337-6672, emailĀ debbe.dreher@nnrc.com, or visit their offices.

950 Glenn Drive, Suite 150 Folsom, CA 95630

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