The Reporter – July 2020

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The Reporter – July 2020

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  Helpful Information for Legal Professionals
IN THIS ISSUE:
  • Videoconferencing Tips for Making the Most of Virtual Meetings
  • Seven Cybersecurity Tips for Working from Home
  • Try these Tools for Better Communication, Collaboration, and Organization
  • I.e. versus E.g.
  • What is the Past Perfect Tense and How Do You Use It?

From the President

Hello,

Our July issue of the Reporter is here! This month we have included articles to help with videoconferencing, cybersecurity, and grammar. If there are other topics you’d like for us to include in the future, let us know.

If you are scheduling court reporters, interpreters, and videographers for your attorneys, keep us in mind. Our office is open and our team is ready to assist you with any scheduling needs.

Best,

Sheila Atkinson-Baker

Videoconferencing Tips for Making the Most of Virtual Meetings

By Lindsey Dean

From the “flush heard around the country” to lawyers appearing on virtual court hearings shirtless and in bed, the legal world has already encountered quite a few challenges and cringey moments as justice moves online.

Maybe the stakes aren’t immediately as high as some of the above examples—or maybe your attorneys have already experienced some of the same. In any case, it’s a good idea to work through the nuances and unique considerations of virtual interaction before that big trial or high-profile deposition.

Whether you are using Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, or another video chat tool, here are some potential issues to be aware of and some solutions to try out.

Issue #1: Cluttered or busy background

Not all of us have the movie set-ready bookshelves or a tasteful background wall.  The sudden reality of working from home has put many people in cramped or crowded living quarters in a difficult position.

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Seven Cybersecurity Tips for Working from Home
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