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Huseby's Top Remote Deposition Resources of 2023
Top 3 Most Viewed Remote Deposition Resources of the Year
Throughout 2023, we developed how-to and informative landing pages—with whitepapers, animation, and guides—to help you and your team conduct depositions, and prepare for and present your case at trial.
This week we are looking back at the remote deposition resources our clients have viewed most.
1. Presenting Exhibits: Simple vs. Advanced
2. "Callout" the Focus of Your Exhibits
3. Draw the Witness's Attention Where You Want, at the Right Time
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Top Topic 1: Presenting Exhibits - Simple vs. Advanced
The Simple exhibit tool (shown below) provides an improved alternative to dropping files in Zoom chat, giving you more security, a better viewing experience, numbering capabilities, and the files are still available after the event ends.
The Advanced exhibit tool provides an interactive on-screen presentation experience, including exhibit sticker numbering, annotation tools, and keyword searching.
Top Topic 2: "Callout" the Focus of Your Exhibits
We put our trial hotseaters on depositions to provide clients a similar experience—and clients love it! With professional trial software, and years of expertise, we've elevated the presentation of exhibits in depositions.
How the hotseater can elevate your presentation:
1. Highlight key ideas, and use callouts to focus attention.
2. Compare multiple documents side-by-side.
3. Play video alongside a document for comparison or clarification.
Top Topic 3: Draw the Witness's Attention Where You Want, at the Right Time
A key to the success of your deposition is focusing the witness's attention where you want them to focus, and at the right time. Being able to move through an exhibit in the background—and only introducing a new section at the appropriate moment—allows you to maintain control over the flow of the deposition, while strategically introducing new information at a time that best supports your line of questioning.
Three ways to not give your hand away until you're ready to ask your next question:
1. Tactical Impact
2. Avoiding Witness Preparation
3. Testing Witness's Recollection