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.
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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.
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Counsel, witnesses or other people present in the hearing room may have all sorts of reasons for recording a private hearing, arbitration or discovery. But there are serious risks associated with the material that is being recorded, especially by someone who is not neutral, trained and has safeguards in place to protect the record.
The New York Times obtained Bill Cosby’s deposition transcript — in which he admitted to giving Quaaludes to some women with whom he had sex — through a court reporting service. It’s a scenario that raises some important questions for Canadian court reporting firms and lawyers when it comes to the release of documents.
According to Mr. Justice Thomas McEwan, Team Leader of the Civil bench in Toronto as of September 2015, Toronto's Superior Court of Justice is ready to support and encourage the implementation of electronic trials using eDocuments for all size and manner of hearings.