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August 13, 2009

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Yeoman

Man, have I ever witnessed that trend. A couple of lawyers in our office basically feel you should videotape them all. As there's no rule in our state requiring an official videographer (I know that in at least one state there is such a rule, and the videographer gives an oath, like a court reporter), those lawyers in our firm have taken up setting up a video camera we own to film their depositions themselves.

I have not done it, and frankly, I'm somewhat skeptical that it's necessary.

FredN.

I have not seen any increase in videotaping.

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