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Expand Your Reach With Remote Reporting

A deponent is physically located in India, the noticing attorney is in North Carolina, and opposing counsel is based out of Virginia. Using remote videoconference technology to reduce deposition related travel expenses is a no-brainer for this scenario. With the Wall Street Journal reporting that roughly 18% of the stenographic based workforce has retired since …

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Synced Video Transcripts

Synced Video Transcripts can make you a more effective litigator. Sophisticated tools such as LexisNexis’ Textmap and Sanction, Ipro’s Trial Director, TrialPad, and OnCue are the new workspaces for modern litigators. With a Synched Video Transcript from your deposition uploaded into these programs, you can search your video, highlight key testimony, and efficiently make clips. …

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vTestify’s Access to Justice Initiative

vTestify is proud to announce our Access to Justice Initiative. By partnering with Pro Bono groups, Legal Aid providers, and Law Clinics across the country we are leveraging remote video testimony to reduce costs for client intake & onboarding, witness statements, and, of course, depositions; Ultimately helping to increase access to justice. As part of …

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The Responsibility of Innovation

Should law firms bring innovation to their clients or is it a client’s responsibility to push innovative technologies to their firms?   Last week our President and CEO, Michael Hewitt, flew to NYC to attend a vTestify sponsored Cowen Group Dinner at the Ocean Prime restaurant and lounge linked here: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6422813340862545920. Attended by high-level individuals from global …

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Protective Order to prevent Video Deposition

In some cases, counsel and the opposition are agreeable. In other’s, that may not be the case. In HsingChing Hsu v. Puma Biotechnology, California Central Court Case 8:15-cv-00865, we find the opposition having to ask Judge Andrew J. Guilford for a protective order. The Latham & Watkins defense team wanted to move forward with audio …

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