Q: What Do I Do If I Hear The Attorneys Talking About A Depo They Have Scheduled For Tomorrow?
A: Ask the attorney if this is a deposition his office is scheduling; and if so, what is the start time. Or ask opposing counsel if the deposition should be on your office’s calendar.
These gestures are greatly appreciated by the client and by the office – your attention to this detail may avert a coverage disaster.
Do not assume your office has the scheduling on the calendar
Ask the attorney if this is a deposition his office is scheduling; and if so, what is the start time. Or ask opposing counsel if the deposition should be on your office’s calendar.
Call the office and make sure the deposition is on the calendar.
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About Cheryl Mangio – CMRS, CRR, RMR, CCR – Principal, Washington
Cheryl Mangio started her career as a freelance court reporter in 1981 after graduating from court reporting school in record time. She was one of the first Certified Real Time Reporters (CRR) in Washington State — a coveted designation — and reported numerous high-profile and technically challenging cases for many years. She took the helm as a partner with YOM: Full Service Court Reporting to manage their growing business and to lead the firm in trend-setting technology. Cheryl and YOM were at the forefront of introducing online access technology to the legal industry in early 2004, and continue to be early-adopters of the latest technology. She engages in learning opportunities with like-minded business leaders across the nation and participates in many associations.
Cheryl is dedicated to the court reporting and legal profession. She oversees the operations of YOM, A Veritext Company, ensuring that processes and deliverables exceed expectations; but her priority is educating and supporting court reporters, lawyers, and legal staff on technology, deposition procedures, and legislation