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Win Your Case Every Time with Huseby’s “Instant Replay”

Take your case to the endzone by taking advantage of “instant replay” in your next trial. Discover the benefits of “instant replay” and other Huseby trial support services by reading below.

Huseby provides full-service support throughout the lifecycle of your trial with consultants that bring years of courtroom experience to your team. From the war room to the courtroom, with our assistance, your team can focus on strategy rather than how to present and display exhibits and video in court.

Our trial consultants will help ensure your case is well-organized, your exhibits, videos, and graphics are presentation ready, and you are well-equipped technologically in the courtroom. To learn more and see our brand new PDF, click here.


Captivate the jury with striking visuals that help illustrate and tell your story. We understand the importance of effectively communicating details and information in the courtroom. A growing percentage of the national jury pool is made up of younger "Generation X" and "Generation Y" jurors who are accustomed to learning visually. Our trial consultants will help ensure your case is well-organized, your exhibits, videos and graphics are presentation ready, and you are well-equipped technologically in the courtroom. Some of the features include:

  • Presenting exhibits in a side-by-side comparison
  • Playing a witness's video deposition with or without scrolling transcript text
  • Displaying a section of the transcript to emphasize contradictory deposition testimony
  • Generate designation reports and video clips for the court
  • Redact sections of transcripts and exhibits
  • Locate exhibits in seconds from trial workbooks


Huseby provides a comprehensive suite of document management services to make sure you are trial ready. Huseby Trial Services offers document imaging of virtually any type of document, including film and x-rays. Digitized documents can then be made keyword searchable using optical character recognition and stored securely in a repository for access by the trial team 24/7 from any device. The case repository is key word and key phrase searchable.


In today's multimedia culture, an effective digital presentation is a huge advantage in trial. Digital trial presentation will greatly enhance the ability of the judge and jury to visualize your story. Huseby Trial Services can transform your ideas into graphics including animation, charts, timelines, and PowerPoint presentations.

Our graphics professionals will consult with you and present options and ideas to help you visually present your case. Ask us about interactive 3-D animation. Our services include:

  • Charts
  • Graphs
  • Interactive Timelines
  • Illustrations
  • 3-D and Flash Animation
  • PowerPoint Presentations


Video is a useful, strategic tool for your case preparation and presentation. Our video presentation technology allows for a more powerful and persuasive presentation. Only through video can you communicate non-verbal information, such as tone of voice, volume, and body language.

The transcript is synchronized with the video and exhibits are hyperlinked for quick reference. Clips can easily be created and emailed or exported to your desktop, Summation, TrialDirector or directly into PowerPoint for an opening or closing statement. Creation of a clip library allows you to manage clips for trial and export multiple clips, or multi-segment clips at one-time. Video-transcript synchs are provided in LEF, SBF and/or XMEF formats for your convenience.


Courtroom Technology

Many modern courtrooms are equipped for electronic presentations. When a courtroom does not have any modern automation Huseby will make sure you have the technology available necessary to present your case. The basic technology in a Huseby Trial Services courtroom includes a laptop, backup laptop, projector, projection screen, switches and external speakers. Flat panel screens and any additional technology, including SmartBoards and ELMOs, can be added to meet a client's needs.

Prior to trial Huseby will visit, test and create a full courtroom schematic to diagram the best possible layout and illustrate the relationship between components. Services include:

  • Confirming the current technology in the courtroom, including internet capabilities
  • Confirming the technology being installed meets with the court's approval and conforms with the court's pre-trial specifications
  • Scheduling equipment set-up and tear-down with you and court officials

War Room Technology

A successful war room is critical to your case. Huseby technicians will provide the tools and technology your team needs to manage your trial. We can:

  • Install mock trial technology similar to what will be available in the courtroom, including ancillary equipment such as laptops, scanners, copiers and printers
  • Provide a live video and transcript text feed directly from the courtroom, including a private chatroom with counsel in the courtroom
  • Gather exhibits and rehearse with the trial team before and after each day's session

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Navigating a Remote Trial: Top 5 Details to Consider

Months have gone by since the pandemic started, and some jurisdictions in the United States are starting to move and adapt to remote trials. As those cases that were originally set for trial during the outbreak standby and wait for new trial dates, the dockets continue to grow. All this makes remote trials alluring —especially where speedy trial requirements demand quick solutions. Luckily, your expert Huseby trial consultant will be there every step of the way with you.

Some trials may be all remote and others may be a combination of remote and in-person. Whether your upcoming trial is scheduled to be remote or in-person, Huseby provides full-service support throughout the lifecycle of your trial with consultants that bring years of courtroom experience to your team.

And while we could explain how having the Huseby family on your team can take your trial to the next level, we wanted to share with you what a client has said about us.

“We retained Huseby for consulting and technical support for trial. The staff at Huseby was accessible to answer any questions we had and worked on short notice to provide any assistance we needed. In very little time, Huseby guided us through the basics of their trial presentation software and put together an effective presentation.
During trial, with the help of a Huseby consultant, we were able to present exhibits in an engaging manner that we would have been unable to do otherwise.” -Litigation Attorney, Morris & Morris, P.C.

From the war room to the courtroom, with our assistance, your team can focus on strategy rather than how to present and display exhibits and video in court. Let's explore the Top 5 Things to Consider When Navigating a Remote Trial, including:

Training Witnesses on Testifying Remotely

This one’s highly important! Provide the necessary training on testifying remotely for your expert witnesses. You’ll need ample time and opportunity for practice.

Technology and Equipment Setup

First, inspect the space and get an understanding of what's possible in the courtroom. Then, meet with the courtroom personnel who can answer your questions and provide you with the right permissions for your setup. Talk it over with your team and figure out what works best for you, relative to the space, and what the court allows. Remember to keep social distancing and other local restrictions in mind.

Take some notes about what equipment is already in the courtroom and what’s available for you to use during trial. Some items to think about are internet and WIFI, projectors or video screens, microphones, speakers, computer monitors, remote desktops, video playback equipment, extension cords and outlet plugs, and remote technology.

It’s important to make sure that the electrical outlets can support whatever technology you decide to bring into the courtroom and aid you and your team during trial.

Connecting Courtroom Technology to Remote Witnesses

In your war room, you’ll want to take the same approach as you do in the courtroom. Dedicate specific workstations for specific needs, such as realtime feed or for case management. Perform mock run-throughs with the courtroom and other break-out rooms for connection and team practice.

As you prepare and plan, keep in mind the size of the space in your war room. As you are creating your war room keep social distancing and other safety protocols in mind.

Realtime Text Streaming

Determine whether realtime streaming will only be available in the courtroom, or also in the war room or other remote locations. Remember to schedule a time to plan and test, as needed. Test the court’s hard wire internet connect and the WIFI and hotspot connections. On the first day of trial make sure to have a tested and charged back-up hotspot on hand.

Team Practice Sessions

Schedule a few practice sessions with your entire team – that includes your witnesses. Check out and run through your exhibit presentations remotely to make sure you have a strong connection and that everything is running properly.

For example, practice blacking out the feed to your remote witness and to the jury for times when evidence must be viewed privately by the judge and counsel.

You’ll also want to test the remote video and audio feed with the attorneys who will be asking the witness questions. It’s important everyone has practiced and is ready when the trial begins.

That way, when the morning of the first day of trial arrives everything is set, and everyone is prepared and ready to go. In the courtroom, in the war room, in the courthouse break-out rooms, and any remote location.

Click here to watch our video and learn more!

Huseby is here for you. We keep in mind the nuances of the trials and have solutions to questions about remote capabilities.

To check out our landing page and schedule your consultation with a Huseby Trial Consultant, click here. Give us a call today and let Huseby navigate your remote trial today!

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Choose the Experts in Remote Exhibit Presentation – Choose Huseby

The legal profession has long remained unchanged in core aspects, including key tools of advocacy such as evidence gathering and witness testimony. Then almost a year ago, almost overnight, the Covid-19 crisis and shelter-in-place orders forced counsel to re-invent the main mode of deposition, a critical component in the U.S. system of discovery and civil trial work. Covid-19 may change the profession for good.

Depositions, for now, are being taken largely online, with witnesses, counsel, court reporters, and others all participating remotely and from different locations. This abrupt change from in-person practice to a virtual deposition ultimately could lead to a “Law 2.0,” where remote deposition taking is the norm rather than the exception.

To maintain the requisite knowledge and skill, a lawyer should keep abreast of changes in the law and its practice, including the benefits and risks associated with relevant technology. The new normal of remote depositions, and the technology that enables them, likely falls within this duty. Lawyers cannot simply put their cases and their obligations to their clients on hold until they can take depositions the old-fashioned way. Competent representation requires technological adaptation, now more than ever.

We at Huseby are taking steps and providing you with the tools necessary for a successful deposition. One of the biggest concerns clients have had surround exhibit presentation during remote depositions. This bears directly on which documents the lawyer uses to question the witness and how and when to use them (including whether and how to mark up any exhibit).

Other challenges arising from the use of remote exhibits include how to simultaneously present a document in real time to participants in different locations each remotely attending the deposition, how to introduce the document to the court reporter and witness, and how to have it stamped as an exhibit after it is introduced. But, that’s where Huseby steps in.

Huseby’s remote electronic exhibit management solutions take out the need for sending exhibits ahead of the deposition to all parties and the deponent--saving you and your team money, time, while also maintaining the element of surprise. We do all this with the idea of keeping you in control of your files. Some of the great features include:

  • The only tool that truly maintains the same process as paper exhibits in a virtual space.
  • Minimize or eliminate paper at depositions, with digital access to both newly presented and previously marked exhibits.
  • Can be used locally or across the world.
  • Practice mode allows you to become a pro before using the tool at your next deposition.
  • Security is essential. All data is managed, stored and replicated in real-time at one of the most secure, HIPAA-compliant, data centers in the world. All data is 256-bit encrypted in transit.
  • Easy to use. Schedule a demo today to see just how easy and intuitive the tool is to use.

What remote deposition platforms can I use?

Both of Huseby’s preferred platforms allow you to not only present exhibits, but also hand opposing counsel and the deponent a courtesy copy and access previously marked exhibits with ease. Huseby’s remote deposition solutions empower you, the attorney, to have all your exhibits instantly accessible during your deposition and provides you greater flexibility introducing exhibits to the deponent and opposing counsel.

You control exactly what part of an exhibit the deponent sees and when. Want to learn more? Click here.

Previously marked exhibits are available in both platforms! Previously marked exhibits can be accessed within the integrated exhibit presentation module on your HusebyConnect platform. With RingHuseby, your previously marked exhibits can be made available using Huseby FileShare. To learn more about Huseby FileShare, click here.

With Huseby, you have options! If you prefer having all the “bells and whistles” at your fingertips, using HusebyConnect, exhibits can be presented, annotated, stamped confidential and marked with an exhibit sticker – all in one platform. Previously marked exhibits can also be introduced from the exhibit history.

If you prefer a simpler platform, using RingHuseby, exhibits can be pre-marked and screenshared with ease. To see the two platform comparisons, click here.

We’ve also included a short video below that focuses on exhibit presentation within HusebyConnect.

Where can I get training for exhibit presentation?

Huseby can provide you with a private demo and training session anytime. We’ll work with your schedule to ensure ample opportunity to become comfortable with presenting your exhibits, answer any questions you may have, and walk through the many features and capabilities.

You can setup your demo by calling us at (800) – 333 – 2082 or emailing us at You can also Live Chat with your local market manager instantly by going to our website

Also, be on the lookout for our next Remote Deposition Exhibit Presentation Workshop! If you would like to subscribe to our mailing list to stay up-to-date with the latest training sessions send us an email.

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