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“Be Ready”: Attorneys Unlock the Secrets of Remote Hearings

Carlton Fields litigator Lee Stapleton was quoted in a Daily Business Review article providing tips for remote court hearings, which have become more prevalent during the COVID-19 crisis. Stapleton told the publication she prepared for a recent remote hearing just as if she were appearing before the judge in person.

“This judge does not allow lawyers to wear fragrance in her courtroom because she’s allergic. I dressed, put on makeup and jewelry, but no perfume, not even a scented candle. I didn’t want any bad aroma karma over the phone lines,” Stapleton quipped.

READ: Daily Business Review,‘Be Ready’: Attorneys Unlock the Secrets of Remote Hearings” (subscription only)

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