Sean Coughlin and Jacqueline Meyers authored an article which was recently published in the Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation's Summer 2021 publication.
Given the ease of securing testimony via webcam—recently necessitated by the pandemic—Sean and Jacqueline's article focuses on efforts to compel the appearance of corporate executives to testify in litigation. While there are many practical advantages to virtual testimony, the authors maintain that mere convenience cannot replace legal standards of relevance and undue burden when pursing the testimony of executives.
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This article originally appeared in the Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation, Volume 1, Number 3 in Summer 2021.