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How to maximize your odds when preparing for your first virtual mediation, hearing, deposition, or arbitration.

When preparing for your first virtual mediation, hearing, deposition, or arbitration you must spend time contemplating how you are going to effectively manage what may be a large number of open windows on your computer. Depending on the type of proceeding, you may need to have an outline, a page for taking notes, a couple of windows dedicated to the platform you are using so that you can view the participants, as well as any documents that are posted. You may also need to have your folders open on your computer to access documents and exhibits as well as multiple exhibits themselves.

Originally published in the ABA Journal.

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