January 29, 2015

Make a Difference in the Courtroom with Video Depositions

By: Colleen Jilio-Ryan | Posted in: Deposition

Video has become common and influential in court cases due to the popularity of YouTube. Since videos are easy to produce and store, they provide an efficient way to archive depositions. One of the reasons video can be more useful than a stenographic transcript is that it captures every detail without errors. Video carries more weight to a jury, although video […]

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January 7, 2015

How Cloud Computing Can Benefit Legal Industry

By: Colleen Jilio-Ryan | Posted in: legal firms

Managing data is a big challenge for many law firms. With a little bit of technological help, the task becomes much less overwhelming. If you’ve been on the fence about investing in cloud computing, consider the following five benefits that it offers to the legal industry. Cost effective.For many years, law firms have used in-house […]

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December 31, 2014

The Best Litigation Support Systems to Learn From

By: Colleen Jilio-Ryan | Posted in: litigation services

The last thing any business or individual wants is to be sidetracked by a big lawsuit. On the other hand, you may find it necessary to sue an entity that has caused some type of damage to you. The best way to be on top of legal issues is to become familiar with historic legal […]

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December 18, 2014

7 Email Etiquettes Legal Experts Should Know

By: Colleen Jilio-Ryan | Posted in: legal experts

7 Email Etiquettes Legal Experts Should Know

Email is by far the most popular form of communication in the world. Even legal experts rely on email on a daily basis to communicate with everyone from clients to the people they work with in the court system to the media. For most people, communication through email is simply a fact of life and […]

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December 16, 2014

Going “Off the Record”: A Way to Resolve Objections

By: Colleen Jilio-Ryan | Posted in: court reporter

Legal Deposition

In a deposition, you can announce “we’re off the record” and it will alert the reporter and counsel to end of documentation. But just because you may be taking a deposition and paying for the original copy doesn’t allow you to stop the reporting. It is up to the court reporter to get an agreement […]

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