Esquire eLitigate ushers in a new era of standardized and optimized virtual depositions, completely changing the deposition experience. The purpose-built solution integrates video conferencing, video capture, exhibit management, private sidebar rooms, and searchable in-proceeding testimony review tools.
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Stenograph, LLC, the market leader in legal transcription solutions, announced it has entered into a strategic partnership with vTestify, a leading provider of virtual testimony platforms, to deliver real-time transcription capabilities directly within the virtual testimony user experience.
vTestify provides software to the legal industry that simplifies workflows and makes remote proceedings simple and secure. In an interview with Invest:, CEO Mike Hewitt discussed the impact of the pandemic on the utilization of technology in the legal industry. He noted how the historically conservative industry was forced to adapt to new technologies and the industry will certainly never return to its old ways of doing things.
While the pandemic has left litigators eager to get their cases back in courts and before live juries, something many of them are happy to leave in the pre-pandemic world is the time sink of driving the better part of a day to make it to a deposition.
CARY – After a nearly two-year partnership, vTestify and the Atlanta-based Esquire Deposition Solutions, will launch a technology solution designed to address the challenges that the court system faces in executing depositions virtually.
By now attorneys are aware of pitfalls of Zoom and other video conference platforms that were not specifically designed with lawyers in mind, from a cat filter that led one lawyer to go viral online to less-than-professional backdrops, and trouble finding the “unmute” button.
But one company says it offers a solution tailored for litigators.
Esquire Deposition Solutions, a national provider of remote and in-person court reporting and video, yesterday announced it is partnering with a remote deposition and exhibit management provider vTestify to provide a product called Esquire eLitigate™. eLitigate™ is a technology platform that’s designed specifically for virtual depositions. Currently, in a pilot phase, Esquire eLitigate™ will be released commercially in August 2021.
Court services provider Esquire Deposition Solutions has partnered with remote deposition and exhibit management provider vTestify to launch eLitigate, a secure virtual deposition platform with all-in-one videoconferencing and exhibit management capabilities for attorneys and court reporters.
Will remote depositions disappear as legal professionals emerge from the pandemic? Not according to a recent survey by the court reporting company Esquire Deposition Solutions, which found that 78% of attorneys plan to continue conducting up to half their depositions virtually in a post-pandemic world.
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Esquire Deposition Solutions, a leading national provider of remote and in-person court reporting, video, and interpreting services, is pleased to announce that it has partnered with remote deposition and exhibit management provider vTestify to deliver Esquire eLitigate™ – an innovative technology solution designed specifically for virtual depositions.
It seems that Zoom has become the go-to video conferencing platform for all sorts of uses, and that extends to conducting online depositions and mediations. But why use generic video conferencing software for depositions when there is a product specifically designed for that purpose?
The Triangle is filled with tech accelerator programs aimed at helping start-ups get their businesses up and running. With the latest cohort of companies joining the LexisNexis Legal Tech Accelerator along with the Duke Law Tech Lab Demo Day, there has been a lot of focus lately on legal tech innovation and early-stage companies, pumping up the startup community both in and around the Triangle.
Two North Carolina companies have stepped up to launch a new campaign that provides free technology products and services to legal aid offices helping low-income Americans.
vTestify’s goal was to create a web-based platform that improved the quality of the evidence gathered, reduced the cost of gathering that testimony significantly, and worked with consumer-grade technology that is readily available, all while not disrupting the way business is conducted within the law firm.
Legalweek 2018 is in the books, and this year was an interesting one. The once dominance of this show in our space continued to diminish this year in size of attendance, hoopla, and the number of providers on the exhibit floor. But the truth is that changes in the conference aside, Legaltech is still the place to be the last week of January to see the latest in what’s new, engage with some of the best experts from across the country on the latest developments in the law, and be invited to multiple parties in one night.
Virtual Legal Proceedings, a Cary startup that offers its vTestify platform as a way to virtualize court proceedings to produce an “official cloud record” and thus cut legal costs, is looking to raise $3 million.