Brooks Pierce attorney Tanisha Palvia published an article in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly on April 28.
The article, “How to Conduct an Effective Remote Deposition,” provides tips on how attorneys can conduct online depositions securely and effectively.
Palvia writes: “Online depositions will likely remain in use long after the pandemic has passed, especially since more attorneys have grown comfortable with them over the past year. And instead of being a less than desirable alternative to in person depositions, online depositions have several advantages, including being more cost effective and easier to schedule, particularly when involving parties in different cities, states, or countries.”
Splitting her time between Charlotte and Greensboro, Palvia represents individuals and organizations facing governmental investigations, white-collar criminal charges and civil litigation. She is particularly successful in conducting internal investigations given her experience as a former Assistant District Attorney in Manhattan. Palvia is also well-versed in civil and criminal proceedings and has extensive bench and jury trial experience.
To access the full article online with a subscription, click here. The article was also published in South Carolina Lawyers Weekly.