Is Shorthand Reporting Really Needed Anymore? People are always fascinated by that little shorthand machine. They’ve seen it on TV and in movies. It looks kind of funky. People always want to know how it works, and once it is explained they almost invariably say, “Wouldn’t voice recognition be better?” or “Isn’t that system so old-fashioned?” Sometimes I’ve had witnesses and lawyers ask, “Is that voice recognition you’re doing there?” even though that little machine is in front of me and my...
Legal videography is commonly used in US depositions and in some discoveries, along with court reporting services, particularly where a person may be unable or incapable of testifying at a later date.
Neesons Court Reporting technology enables lawyers, witnesses and others involved in legal proceedings to come together via videoconferencing from different geographic locations to streamline the process and decrease litigation costs. Kim Neeson speaks to Advocate Daily about the latest advances to this technology.
Videoconferencing technology has wide applications,...
Neesons Court Reporting provides voice-to-text translation called captioning in all types of legal settings to the hearing loss community to ensure they are able to participate in the process, says Kim Neeson, company founder and president.
Neesons Court Reporting technology enables lawyers, witnesses and others involved in legal proceedings to come together via videoconferencing from different geographic locations to streamline the process and decrease litigation costs.
Explore Exhibit Bridge, a tool that takes eDiscovery to the next level.
In this episode of Dick and Jane, experiencing the "old" and "new" of trial presentation is featured.
Trial proceedings can be dramatically enhanced with realtime court reporting and electronic documents created from eDiscovery methods. Displaying documents isn't as hard as you might think; it's merely a matter of changing the way you've always done things (with paper) and learning something new. Embracing change is always the hardest part.
Have you ever watched someone under the age...