Remote Depositions: The New Normal

October 21, 2020  |  New York Law Journal

With the COVID-19 pandemic, parties have had to adjust their approach to litigation—including by conducting depositions remotely. In some instances, parties have resisted remote depositions, claiming that the complex nature of certain litigation is ill-suited for remote depositions. In this article, we discuss Southern District Magistrate Judge Stewart D. Aaron’s recent decision in Rouviere v. DePuy Orthopaedics rejecting objections to a remote deposition. We also highlight several considerations for remote depositions.

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