April 6, 2017

How to Choose the Right Conference Room for Your Deposition

By: Colleen Jilio-Ryan | Posted in: Deposition

Conference room for deposition

Booking a conference room for a deposition offers convenience and allows all parties to gather at one place so that more can be accomplished in less time. There are several things to consider when reserving a conference room.

If you are getting ready to book your conference room, the following items are important to consider:

Cost Effective
Conference rooms can be rented in several ways, most often by the day or the week. If you are using court reporting services, you may be able to get the conference room free of cost with added features.

ADA Compliant
The conference room must be large enough to be ADA compliant. This means that there is room for all parties to be present and that all ADA guidelines are met in the way of confidentiality and professionalism.

Audio/Visual Equipment for Video Conferencing
When it comes to video conferencing, it is important that the room has the necessary equipment in place to be able to record both audio and visual data. It is important to have monitors, televisions, and recording systems in place so that the deposition can be accurately recorded for future use by the courts.

Wi-Fi and Technologically Capable
One of the most important features conference rooms must have is available Wi-Fi connectivity. Being able to use laptops, tablets and other devices that are logged onto the internet are a must when it comes to conferencing and recording of video depositions.

Whether you are choosing conference rooms at the courthouse or another facility, you must be well aware of the surroundings and make sure you have at your disposal all of the features you will need to successfully record your deposition.

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