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Moving Litigation Forward: Remote Inspections During COVID-19
POSTED MAY 21, 2020
The presence of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has forced attorneys and experts to adapt and overcome mobility and social distancing restrictions put in place by local and federal governments. Born out of these constraints are the limitations placed on conducting site visits and laboratory inspections. In order to temporarily circumnavigate delays in litigation, remote inspections provide a practical alternative until traditional methods are once again feasible. Based on preliminary standards, technical expertise, client feedback and available technological resources, S-E-A and USLAW NETWORK have prepared a dynamic webinar presenting best practices to help investigators and attorneys conduct more efficient, safe and effective remote inspections.
- Troy Graham, CFEI, S-E-A, Ltd., Columbus, OH
- Jason M. Mattice, M.S., P.E., S-E-A, Ltd., Columbus, OH
- Mark A. Solheim, Larson King, LLP, St. Paul, MN
- Rodney L. Umberger, Williams Kastner, Seattle, WA