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 IST Court Reporting Services:

Video Solutions

The runaway popularity and simplicity of video has not gone unnoticed by the legal profession, which has embraced the use of video depositions.  Video is a far richer tool than the stenographic transcript and are much more likely to keep a jury's attention.  Moreover, good printed testimony of a credible witness can become great testimony, when seen as a video.

Outside of the courtroom, video depositions can also be a valuable tool for reference when considering whether to use particular witnesses at trial - and when preparing for the direct- or cross-examination of those witnesses.

  • Mobility – IST’s Video Solutions are 100% web-based and work on all mobile devices so litigation events, such as depositions, trials, hearings, arbitrations, mediations, and more can be instantly conducted in real-time with anyone, from anywhere.
  • High Quality Video Conferencing – With IST’s high-quality video conferencing, attorneys can participate in one-way or two-way video conferences using any standard web camera.  This allows the attorneys to analyze a witness without being seen or to conduct face-to-face questioning.
  • Integrated Audio Conferencing – Attorneys can also transmit live audio using built-in VoIP or Toll-free Conferencing.
  • Secure Non-Discoverable Chat - Sometimes there is a need for legal teams to communicate with each other during litigation events without opposing parties being able to hear. IST offers a secure, non-discoverable chat feature that allows legal teams to communicate off the record with group members, or conduct one-on-one, private conversations.
  • 24/7 Event Support - Whether it be training, location testing, or issues that may occur during an event, our knowledgeable team of technicians work with you to ensure that you have the best possible experience.

Working with opposing counsel can benefit all of those involved in a trial. During the pretrial conference, all parties can discuss trial technology, determine quality standards and even agree to share technology resources.  This could potentially reduce cost, minimize big guy/big budget claims from the opposition, eliminate teardown and set up interruptions; and, the court usually smiles on these arrangements.