In terms of the use of videoconference in cross border cases, studies have shown that from a technical perspective videoconferencing systems employed in different Member States are interoperable. In several Member States videoconferencing equipment is widely available in court rooms. In the absence of technical obstacles more attention should be devoted to awareness-raising about the potential use of videoconferences and to creating practical tools to facilitate videoconferencing.
For this purpose, within this section you can find the following information:
Final Report from the Council Working Group on e-Law (e-Justice) - Expert Group on videoconferencing ( Annexes below)
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