Originally published in the February 11, 2013 issue of LitigationWorld: In the early days of videoconferencing, that spot on a person's face might be a mole or just a lousy webcam or Internet connection. Nowadays, you know for sure it's a mole. Given the improvements in Skype and other videoconferencing tools, courts increasingly permit remote video depositions. But if opposing counsel objects, you may need to prove good cause. In this issue of LitigationWorld, ediscovery blogger and lawyer Joshua Gilliland walks you through a recent motion to provide tips on how to show good cause and what you can expect from a court's order if you win. Also, don't miss the LitigationWorld Pick of the Week for the 20 stages of litigation from a court's perspective.
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