Gore Brothers Announces Legal Videography FAQ

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(Baltimore, Maryland) February 27, 2019

Gore Brothers, a court reporting firm serving the Washington D.C. area, is pleased to announce their new page for frequently asked questions about legal videography. In recent years, legal videography has become an important part in the world of law. Recording depositions so that they may be utilized at a later date (be it for review, or trial) is vastly beneficial to the outcome of a case.

To help clients yield a better understanding of what legal videography can do for them, the professionals at Gore Brothers outlined five of the most frequently asked questions professionals have about legal videography: why videotape a deposition? How is it used in trial? Are deposition videographers certified? Can a deposition video be used instead of live testimony? How should a witness prepare for their video deposition? What is deposition synchronizing? In just a few minutes, attorneys and paralegals can have their questions answered through this easily digestible page.

“Legal videography is quickly becoming a staple of the court reporting industry,” expert Brandon Bell from Oak Park, Illinois, says. “Watching new trends form is how decades-old firms like Gore Brothers stay on top of the game. Firms that don’t keep up with the trends fall behind.”

Since 1961, the professionals at Gore Brothers have been a staple of the legal industry in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. Attorneys and paralegals in the area know that there is no other litigation firm that holds a candle to the work put forward by Gore Brothers. The staff is hardworking, efficient, accurate, and dedicated to their craft.

For more information about Gore Brothers, call (410) 837-3027, email reporter@gorebrothers.com, or visit their offices.

36 South Charles Street, Suite 2002, Baltimore, MD 21201