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Techplace Tickler: The Challenges of Taking Remote Depositions

In the fourth episode of our Techplace Tickler series, Danielle Ochs and Spencer Skeen discuss the new world of regular remote depositions. They cover best practices for taking and defending depositions remotely, including videoconference admonitions, handling exhibits, making objections, and preparing witnesses.

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Danielle Ochs, Ogletree Deakins, Employer Defense Lawyer, arbitration proceedings Attorney

Ms. Ochs works in the San Francisco office of Ogletree Deakins, where she is a Shareholder. She has nearly 20 years of experience as a civil litigator, with an emphasis on the defense of employment-related claims in federal and state trial and appellate courts and administrative agencies. Ms. Ochs’ experience includes successfully defending employers in both jury and bench trials and in arbitration proceedings. In addition to her active labor and employment litigation practice, Ms. Ochs has litigated a range of business disputes including, trade secrets, unfair...

Spencer C. Skeen Labor & Employment Lawyer Ogletree Deakins Law Firm

Mr. Skeen is a shareholder in the San Diego office. He founded the office and served as its initial Managing Shareholder. He devotes his practice exclusively to the representation of companies and institutions of higher education in bet-the-company litigation. Mr. Skeen has represented private companies, nonprofit institutions and publicly traded employers in hundreds of class and representative actions, including claims brought under California’s Private Attorneys General Act. He has also defended clients in high stakes business and real estate litigation, lawsuits alleging discrimination, retaliation, harassment, wrongful discharge, breach of contract, disability access, noncompete, royalty, copyright and trade secret claims. Mr. Skeen’s clients include institutions of higher education, staffing agencies/PEOs/ASOs, as well as businesses in the food and beverage, retail, healthcare, aviation, transportation, financial services, and gaming industries. He has also represented non-profit trade associations and governmental entities.