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How to De-stress during the Pandemic

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The word health is on the minds of most Americans these days, and with good reason.  Without a COVID-19 vaccine, and with symptoms ranging from none to an inability to breathe, all we have to combat it are masks, hand sanitizer, and social distancing.  Of course, we’re referring to concerns about our physical health.  But as we enter our seventh month with the virus, it is taking a collective toll on our mental health as well.  Social isolation, financial insecurity, and fears for ourselves or our loved ones can cause feelings of depression, even among those who have never experienced such feelings.  Medical groups such as Mayo Clinic offer good global suggestions, such as keeping to a routine and focusing on positive thoughts.  And, of course, anyone experiencing suicidal ideation or the persistent loss of appetite, inability to sleep, or loss of interests should contact a medical or mental health professional immediately.  But if, like many, you’re experiencing more of an emotional fatigue, CompuScripts would like to offer our favorite COVID-19 tips to de-stress that may be helpful during the pandemic. Continue reading

Four Steps of Deposition Transcript Production

How Are Transcripts Produced?

Litigators are familiar with the presence of the court reporter in the deposition room, listening intently to testimony and objections while recording it all on the steno machine.  But a lot goes on between the deposition room and the delivery of the deposition transcript.  More professionals work behind the scenes than you might think.  So today, CompuScripts would like to outline the four steps of deposition transcript production. Continue reading

New Law School Building for USC

State-of-the-Art Law School Building

When the Class of 2020 convened at the University of South Carolina law school this week, they gathered in a new 187,500-square-foot building.  USC School of Law has moved from its former location, a 1970s-era building between Assembly and Main Streets, to what University of South Carolina President Harris Pastides has described as a state-of-the-art structure that “will anchor a new legal corridor in South Carolina and project a modern, sophisticated image which matches our great expectations.”

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