The COVID-19 pandemic has affected most, if not all, countries around the world. But, restrictions on travel and gatherings vary widely from country to country and make it very difficult to plan your international deposition.
The following tool will allow you to obtain up-to-date country restrictions for travel, workplace, and gatherings, from the Coronavirus Government Response Tracker (OxCGRT), published and managed by researchers at the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford.
We can also provide you with an on-the-ground view, based on our extensive network of local court reporters, who can give you a more detailed picture of the options to make your project happen.
Stay-at-home requirements Cancellation of public events Restrictions on public gatherings Workplace closures International travel restrictions Restrictions on internal movement
Conduct your deposition anywhere in the world, without the hassle of traveling
Remote depositions allow you to conduct an international deposition without the cost or hassle of traveling to the witness.
There are two options for conducting your remote deposition:
- Court Reporter with the Witness – One of our local court reporters will travel to the location of the witness and capture a verbatim record of the proceeding while the attorneys attend remotely.
- Court Reporter NOT with the Witness – The witness, court reporter, and attorneys are all in separate locations. Our certified and trained court reporters will capture a verbatim record of the proceeding using our state-of-the-art technology from a remote location