John Landolfi, a partner in the firm’s Columbus office and chair of the firm’s technology committee, was quoted in a Columbus Business First article about the savings businesses have realized from the use of video conferencing technology. At Vorys, attorneys use video conferencing to conduct face-to-face meetings, with colleagues from the firm’s six offices, without having to travel.
The article states:
“Costs of videoconferencing have come down as broadband networks have improved, said John Landolfi, partner at Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease LLP who leads the Columbus law firm’s technology committee. The firm has coordinated six offices through video since 2004.”
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