deposition transcripts

Taking Depositions: Preparation Strategies for Attorneys

Taking Depositions: Preparation Strategies for Attorneys 1000 679 Michael Beumer

TRIAL PREPARATION SERIES / PART TWO of THREE Taking depositions is arguably the most useful discovery exercise to gather information and build a strong case. It is the only opportunity, prior to trial itself, where an attorney can question a witness about nearly everything he or she knows regarding the case. In other words, it’s…

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Better deposition transcript management software can win your case

The Right Deposition Transcript Management Software Can Win Your Case

The Right Deposition Transcript Management Software Can Win Your Case 1024 683 David Daskal

  When it comes to deposition transcript management software, no platform handles it better than Nextpoint. The reason is simple. Nextpoint started as a trial services company 20 years ago, and pretrial litigation workflows are in our DNA. Our product and engineering teams have two decades of experience building innovative software to simplify and expedite…

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Deposition & Motion Practice Webinar

Webinar: Collaboration Tips for Deposition and Motion Prep

Webinar: Collaboration Tips for Deposition and Motion Prep 1000 667 Michael Beumer

Daniel D’Angelo – Nextpoint This free, recorded webinar  gives you everything you need for deposition preparation. After the review and production phases of discovery are complete, a lot of people must collaboratively work with produced evidence to prepare a strong case. Keeping them coordinated is often a challenge, particularly when you’re working with expert witnesses…

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5 Simple Steps to Deposition Designations

5 Simple Steps to Better Deposition Designations

5 Simple Steps to Better Deposition Designations 1024 683 Jason Krause

This guide explains how to use deposition designations to your advantage for a smooth case planning and trial prep process. Testimony from a living, breathing person is always better than recorded testimony in any legal matter. But given the cost and scheduling conflicts that come with a trial, recorded depositions are often a necessity. The…

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