In our second instalment, with a look at Neesons over 21 years after inception, court reporting services are featured.
Court reporting doesn't look the same as it did over 21 years ago, when Neesons was first started. We've moved from realtime court reporting with cables in the room, to wireless connections that can extend from the hearing room, to the war room, to the expert across the ocean and beyond.
Displaying documents on shared screens can be easy, but here are some considerations to take into account prior to commencing your next eDiscovery.
With the help of technology, the world has never been closer. Need to examine a witness in Mumbai? No need to travel thousands of miles and expend thousands of dollars to do so, when you can simply connect via videoconferencing. Through our experience here at Neesons Court Reporting, below we share some simple guidelines and things to know when using videoconferencing.
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 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.
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.