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This program was recorded on November 6, 2020
Remote depositions are here to stay. This course will take you from the basics of how to conduct a remote deposition (familiarizing even the least tech-savvy with the fundamentals of remote technology) to advanced deposition strategy (creating a remote video for use at trial and building exhibit and visual aids with the witness). Bibi Fell is known for her focus on being boldly visual in every aspect of a case and she will show you how to do that in the remote setting.
Bibianne U. Fell
Bibi primarily practices in the areas of catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death. Bibi is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). Membership is extended by invitation only to lawyers who have demonstrated extensive trial experience, civility and professionalism. In 2018, Bibi was one of three finalists for Consumer Attorneys of San Diego’s “Trial Lawyer of the Year” award. She has also been selected to be a member of The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers, the Daily Journal’s Top 100 Women Lawyers, and Superlawyers.
Trevor started his career doing counter-intelligence for the United States Marines where he honed his instincts and interrogation skills. While an Active Duty Marine, he graduated from The Ohio State University with a dual Bachelors in Economics and Political Science. After achieving his degrees, Trevor was awarded a commission and became an Officer in the United States Navy. Trevor graduated from the Naval Nuclear Power School. He then served as a Public Affairs Officer on the USS Carl Vinson and then at the Naval Special Warfare Center, home of BUD/S, the Navy Seal training center. Trevor will retire with more than 20 years of honorable service and as a combat veteran in 2020.
1.5 General Credit
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- Remote Technology Basics
- Exhibits – Preparation and Utilization
- Connecting with the Witness
- Ethical Concerns
- Advanced Tricks – Creating Exhibits and Visual Aids Remotely
- Preparing Your Client to be Deposed Remotely