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(Columbus, Ohio) May 19, 2020

Anderson Reporting is pleased to announce their guide to preparing for remote depositions. Due to the current global health crisis, remote depositions are crucial to an attorney’s ability to continue with their case. While remote depositions serve the same purpose as in-person depositions, there are some aspects attorneys must plan for that they otherwise didn’t have to. This guide serves as a resource for legal professionals new to the world of remote depositions. Here, readers can learn about what must be done prior to a deposition and other technical tips.

Though legal professionals across Ohio and the rest of the country are forced to work from home, Anderson Reporting still proudly offers their litigation support to professionals across the legal spectrum. No matter what litigation support service an attorney needs from Anderson, the staff will do everything in their power to provide clients exactly what they need. That is precisely what Anderson Reporting has done for 30 years.

“Unbelievable handling of a last-minute video deposition,” one satisfied client says. “The great team at Anderson Reporting pulled a videographer and reporter out their hats and were on the record in just over an hour after our emergency call. Very impressive service!”

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Anderson Reporting came to be when firm president Gayle Anderson realized how many court reporting firms did not live up to the needs of attorneys. As a result, it’s Anderson’s mission to provide clients three important things: quality litigation services, top-tier equipment, and stellar customer service. With Anderson Reporting, attorneys in the Columbus area know their case is in good hands.

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