The practice of consumer law is going virtual. Video depositions will become the new norm. Harnessing the power of online platforms will allow you to conduct depositions as if you were there in person. Best of all, you can do all of this from the comfort of your home office.
What You Will Learn
- What technologies to use to take a virtual deposition
- How to run a virtual deposition with court reporters and witnesses
- How to respond to refusals to produce witnesses
John Albanese is an associate in Berger & Montague’s Minneapolis office. John concentrates his practice on consumer protection issues with a focus on FCRA violations related to criminal background checks. John has helped achieve multi-million-dollar class action settlements for FCRA violations in courts around the country.
Leonard Bennett has been a trial attorney and consumer advocate since 1994 in Newport News, VA. Mr. Bennett’s practice is focused on the representation of consumers. He has litigated individual and class cases throughout the country, trying as many credit reporting cases to a jury as nearly anyone in the nation and has been approved as Class Counsel in numerous class action cases.
Bob Brennan began his career in civil litigation in 1988 and opened his own general practice firm, The Law Offices of Robert F. Brennan, in 1991. The firm specializes in litigating cases related to violations of consumer protection laws, including lemon law, automotive dealer fraud, wrongful credit damage, serious personal injury, and consumer protection class actions. Along with Public Justice, he co-wrote the amicus brief for Gorman v. Wolpoff & Abramson, a case important to credit damage lawyers practicing in the Ninth Circuit. He has been honored to have been selected as a “Southern California Super Lawyer” for fifteen consecutive years.