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Huseby’s Steps to Ensure Accurate Remote Deposition Transcripts

Huseby Accurate Remote Deposition Transcripts

We understand the most important part of litigation support is the transcript. It’s one of the foundations of the case. Your Huseby team takes essential steps to ensure you not only have a smooth remote deposition experience, but to make certain that testimony is clearly and correctly taken down. So, what are some of those steps? Check out a few we’re highlighting below.

Unique in the Business: A Host Just for You

Your Huseby kickoff host is dedicated to ensuring all parties are seamlessly connected and that their audio and video are working properly. Once the deposition is started, we provide on-demand support from start to finish, to ensure everyone maintains a reliable connection, and that your event runs smoothly.

Clear Identification Is Key

As attendees enter the remote deposition room, the court reporter will introduce themselves and ask attendees for their names and affiliations, so the court reporter has an accurate record of appearance. This helps the court reporter in properly distinguishing speakers throughout transcript testimony.

Q&A Best Practices

The court reporter is there to get the best record they can. In a remote setting, it can be more challenging when attendees talk over each other. Laying ground rules at the beginning of your deposition can help.

“I’m going to ask you questions and if you’ll do your best to wait until I’m done asking the question before you begin answering and I will do my best to wait until you’re done answering the question before I ask my next question. That way the court reporter can take down a clear and accurate record of what everyone says.”

Interested in more details on how we help ensure an accurate remote deposition transcript? View our BRAND NEW video below!

You can also view more resources, like our Q&A Best Practices, by clicking here to see our blog with recommendations.

Request a Remote Deposition Practice Session by completing our form here, and check out some additional resources from our Remote Deposition Resource Library today!

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Check Out Your Remote Deposition Resource Library

Reliable deposition solutions are important to you, now more than ever before, and when your depositions turn from in-person to remote we want to make sure you have all the tools and knowledge at your fingertips to make your event a success.

Since the start of the pandemic, you asked for remote deposition solutions. And we delivered.

You can now access Your Remote Deposition Resource Library anytime! Here you can find step-by-step guides, helpful tips, and video tutorials to prepare you and your team for a seamless remote deposition experience.

Here of a few resources you can expect to find in your library:

Everyday situations will vary community to community, and we will continue to do everything we can to be available to service your court reporting needs. We will continue to update your resource library with more great tools and solutions to help you keep your cases moving forward.

If you are looking for any tips, tricks and user guides that you do not see in the library – please let us know and we’ll create it! We’re here for YOU.

As always, please be safe and let us know if we can help!

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Most Popular Ways to Start a Remote Deposition

Do you have questions about the effectiveness of remote depositions? In response to some of the great client stories we have received regarding their remote deposition needs, we have put together some ways for you to address the concerns of conducting a remote deposition while on the record.

Find below a few ways that attorneys are changing their litigation tactics to alleviate the concerns of witness coaching, external communication, presenting exhibits to a remote deponent, and acknowledging the remote technology.

Acknowledging Remote Technology, Setting Ground Rules, and Acknowledging the Use of a Remote Court Reporter
Exhibit Presentation
Witness Coaching and External Communication

For more helpful tips and tools, visit your Remote Deposition Resource Library at or click here to visit the Huseby Journal.

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