Clark Hill Attorney J. Alexander Hershey Published in The Legal Intelligencer
Clark Hill member J. Alexander Hershey was recently published in The Legal Intelligencer. His article, “The Art of Litigation After COVID-19—Taking Testimony by Videoconference,” focuses on how can one can become friends with a witness when the first meeting is on a videoconference. Whether in the context of testimony or not, the psychological community has recognized the unnatural and disruptive effects of videoconferencing. Videoconferencing requires a layer of confirmation, repetition, and further dialogue that is unnecessary in natural dialogue.
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Hershey is a member of Clark Hill and its Litigation group focusing on unfair competition, trade regulation, and intellectual property protection, including with respect to technical and cybersecurity practices.
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