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Attorney at Law

It’s 10 a.m., and you are in Raleigh, North Carolina. The other members of your legal team are in San Francisco and New York. You need to take a deposition from a witness in London whose attorney is in Manchester. A new virtual testimony platform developed by Raleigh-based vTestify allows everyone to view and participate in the deposition in real time while it’s being recorded. – Read Full Story

Above the Law

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. – Read Full Story

North Carolina Lawyers Weekly

Smithfield attorney Lamar Armstrong is fed up. Tired of being gouged by court reporters for the past three decades, he finally decided to sue about it after getting a $736 bill for an emailed copy of a transcript of a client’s deposition. The client, Crystal Danielson, is the named plaintiff in a complaint filed May 10 in… – Read Full Story

WRAL Tech Wire

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. – Read Full Story

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