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LiveLitigation for Attorneys

LiveLitigation for Attorneys

LiveLitigation is a multi-platform, web-based litigation solution. It is a revolutionary tool used by attorneys to prepare for and attend depositions, arbitrations, trials and meditations. Attending attorneys can be there either remotely or in person, which brings a new level of flexibility to attorneys on the go. LiveLitigation is the only true universal product on the market that works on any Mac, PC, iPad, Android-enabled smartphone and tablet, and the Kindle Fire. Attorneys find that there is no need for multiple software vendors using this innovative tool.

LiveLitigation is a MegaMeeting.com company. Since 2003, MegaMeeting.com has been a provider of 100% browser-based web & video conferencing solutions, complete with real time audio and video capabilities. Being browser based and working on all major operating systems, Windows, Mac & Linux, MegaMeeting.com provides universal access without the need to download, install or configure software. MegaMeeting.com web conferencing products and services include powerful collaboration tools that accommodate robust video & web conferences, including advanced features, such as desktop/application sharing, i.e. Word and Excel documents and PowerPoint presentations, without the need to upload any files. MegaMeeting is ideal for multi-location web-based meetings, virtual classrooms, employee trainings, product demonstrations, company orientation, customer support, product launches and much more.

These are a few of the the features they also bring to the table.

 

LiveLitigation Provides Live Video Feeds

Broadcast witness video into the online litigation room using any standard web camera. No bulky external components are required.

Streaming Text Feed

Realtime data is fed directly into the online litigation room by connecting the court reporters CAT software to the RemoteRealtime product through their StenoDirectPlus software.

Audio Broadcasting

Transmit live audio using built-in VoIP or Toll-free Conferencing.

Secure Private Group Chat

Members within a group can privately chat with each other without anyone else seeing the text.

Secure Deposition Key

Each attendee is assigned a 12 digit key that they must use when using LiveLitigation for an online litigation event. This key cannot be forwarded or shared with anyone.

Our information was provided by LiveLitigation.com. If you are looking for quality court reporting in Phoenix, AZ then look no further than Phoenix Deposition Services.

 

Phoenix Court Reporters

Phoenix Court Reporters

Phoenix court reporters are a far different breed than your average court reporters. At Phoenix Deposition Services you will never have to question the quality of our work. Some attorneys may find themselves wondering if the court reporting firm they have used previously will continue with the same standard of quality they are expecting.  They send less experienced court reporters as time goes on and as the relationship matures. Our Phoenix court reporters will never lower our expectations to continue producing the same top-notch, meticulous work we deliver on a daily basis.  Our turnaround time not only meets but exceeds the expectations of our clients  and we take great pride in that.

When you  travel to Phoenix we extend the use of our conference rooms at no cost. They are conveniently located just minutes away from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport; however, we have options available that save not only time but money as well eliminating the need for costly travel, such as video conferencing and video depositions. We only work with the very best and highly regarded within their craft. Our videographers have state-of-the-art equipment and the experience with technology to ensure flawlessly crisp  videos every time.

We also specialize in medical malpractice. It requires years of experience to achieve the necessary skills  to transcribe verbatim testimony from healthcare professionals . To understand and accurately translate abbreviations and medical jargon into a meticulous transcript is not an easily earned achievement. The importance of exactness in your medical malpractice case is our top priority. You can trust in our court reporters to produce an impressive deposition with correct medical terminology and the efficiency necessary  for your case. We will meet our deadlines and have transcripts when you need them.

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Court Reporters Using Zoom

Court Reporters Using Zoom

Court Reporters Using Zoom

Court reporters using Zoom video conferencing software create a visual record of the deposition testimony beyond typical written transcripts. They are often the key point of change in trial or settlement of a case. That is why I recommend Zoom for  court reporters.

Court reporters using Zoom tips.

Keep your mic on if you plan to speak.

 Don’t take your mic off when you finish your line of questioning. If you do, the court reporter and videographer may not accurately capture your comments, objections or questions.

Cover your mic if you don’t want to be recorded
Videographers using Zoom make every attempt to not record sidebar conversations, but the safest bet is cover your mic when saying something that you don’t want to be included in the record.

Check out your videographer’s video framing
Before the deposition actually starts, ask your videographer to show how he or she framed the witness. If you don’t like something about the shot, ask your videographer to alter the framing before starting the deposition.

Ensure that only one person speaks at a time

Just as it is hard for a court reporter to capture everything correctly when multiple participants speak at once, videos can also become confusing when there are many voices speaking at the same time. Another reason to take turns speaking is to get your video deposition back sooner. Videos will take longer to edit if multiple people are speaking over each other.

Video depositions present the opportunity for attorneys to better convey witness testimony in either trial or settlement settings. For more tips on conducting depositions, check out our previous blog post on witness preparation tips.

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