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A clean rough draft is a huge help to attorneys. Help the reporter provide a clean rough draft with these tips!
Rough drafts are hugely beneficial to attorneys. Maximize that benefit with these tips from reporters to get a clean rough!
By Jeremy Dineen With improvements in technology, it’s becoming more and more common for attorneys to use a projector to display their exhibits at trial so the jury can see and better absorb the testimony that accompanies each exhibit. But when playing back a...
Litigation teams worldwide find rough ASCIIs (unofficial rough draft transcripts) to be a useful, cost-effective resource in providing key information to prepare for the next proceedings. The rough ASCII enables counsel to view, search for words or phrases, color code...
If you have an upcoming international deposition in Hong Kong, we’ve got you covered! Follow these top tips and recommendations for a memorable experience: 1) Taxi Tips in Hong Kong Once you’ve arrived in the city, you’ll likely need to get from the airport to either...
Do you have upcoming videotaped depositions? Our team of trial services consultants compiled these top 12 tips to help you prepare for video depositions.
Remote depos are not new, but learning new tricks may make them feel that way. Optimize your remote experience with these technical tips.
Choosing the reporting agency to best cover your intellectual property casework is important. Learn what to look for.
In video deposition setups, there are two primary types of camera placement that are used in depositions. Here are some of their pros and cons.
Though it may seem like a simple process, there are several questions you should ask before hiring a transcriptionist to turn your audio file, whether it is a recorded hearing, meeting, or phone conversation, into a certified transcript.