The MVP of Litigation Support – Realtime
Realtime – one of the most valuable players of your litigation support team. Why? Because it saves you time and money, helps you stay in control of the deposition or trial, and it’s being used to help shape litigation strategies for law firms across the world. And we have the stories to prove it – just ask.
Huseby has remained the gold standard of litigation support because we offer 21st Century solutions to unyielding situations that demand speed without sacrificing accuracy. Realtime transcriptions are invaluable. Pretty much, poof. There it is. Transcripts are at your fingertips – literally.
This technology allows you to have instant access to a live transcript feed as it is being taken down by a highly skilled, and experienced realtime reporter. You can keyword search the transcript, mark key sections for later reference, highlight and issue code text and make notes all during the event. After the deposition, you can save the draft transcript with your marks and annotations in your portal, or export locally to your computer, or to Summation, LiveNote or CaseMap. These tools are available to you whether you are sitting in the same room as the reporter, in a war room at trial, or attending a deposition from across the world.
Our support staff handles the technical details during the deposition so you can focus on your own important tasks. What is the biggest benefit of realtime?
You get realtime text streaming of what is being said by a witness. Live. This HusebyConnect feature provides counsel with the ability to privately keyword search, highlight, issue code, bookmark and make notations within the live streaming transcript. Immediately after the deposition, a draft transcript is saved in your portal, including all your notes and annotations.
Let’s dive into some of those benefits.
You can mark key words and search the testimony on the fly. Any time.
Whether it’s an opposing counsel’s question or the witnesses answer, you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for quicker than ever. HusebyConnect allows you to search the entire transcript for any keyword or phrase. No more worrying about whether the witness gave you the answer you were looking for. Now you know!
Never forget what you’re trying to remember. Bookmark lines to easily reference later.
During the testimony, click on any line of the transcript and hit the space bar. It’s as simple as that. Clicking the space bar will add a bookmark to the left side of the line. This provides an easy way for you to reference or come back to any line in the transcript.
You can make notes on the live transcript. And even save them for later.
Double-click any line to add a note. Once you’ve added a note in the transcript you can go back and hover over the note icon to see your note. Notes also appear in your My Annotations dropdown and can be exported during or after the deposition.
You can issue code the transcript with custom coding. Let the technology work for you.
Double-click on any line to bring up issue codes. You can preset them prior to the deposition by color coding and naming them. You can reference those Issue Codes in the My Annotations dropdown and can be exported during or after the deposition.
You can access the saved transcript immediately after the deposition. No problem.
In your HusebyConnect account you have a case management tab. Your Case List is on the left-hand side. Any content created within those cases is on the right-hand side. That includes your saved draft realtime transcript. Your draft realtime transcript will appear here immediately following the deposition. Click the Transcript Icon to open it. Any Bookmarks, Issue Codes, or Notes that you added to the transcript during the deposition will save automatically.
You can embrace this state-of-the-art technology and help your law practice stand out above the rest. Contact us today.
Email email@example.com or call (800)-333-2082 to find out more about Huseby’s realtime services. We offer demos and plenty of support to help you organize all the case-related documents and prepare to win. Don’t leave the MVP out of the game.