Is Realtime Reporting Right for You?
Realtime reporting has a few key differences from what many think of as “standard” court reporting. Instead of the court reporter having to go back and translate the phonetic transcript into “real English” at a later time, realtime court reporting is instantly translated onto a computer screen and can be delivered to attorneys and judges on the spot through computer programming.
With realtime reporting, the transcript is immediately available to clients. This causes a greater degree of difficulty for the court reporter, as realtime reporters must be as accurate as humanly possible to ensure the transcript is accurately translated.
Pros of Realtime Reporting
- Transcript is immediately available to be emailed or printed once a deposition or trial is adjourned.
- Transcripts can be displayed over a monitor in real time for the judge and attorneys to see, (great resource for the deaf/hard-of-hearing).
- Court reporters can sync their equipment to their attorney’s laptop. This allows them to look over notes without having to pause proceedings.
- Attorneys and judges can search key words and phrases in a document, making the summarization easy.
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Certified Court Reporting
Certified Court Reporters with advanced national certifications, recognition for realtime, speed and other tested qualifications. NV CCR #312; Firm #088F
Certified Legal Videographers working beside certified reporters to provide trial-ready HD video synchronized with the transcript text.
Testimony streamed “realtime” with 99%+ accuracy to individual iPads provided for appearing counsel in the deposition or trial. Video and text may also be streamed remotely.
Video conferencing in conference rooms and mobile locations worldwide including Zoom, LiveLitigation, etc.
We utilize our offices and affordable, high-tech conference rooms around the world. Our conference rooms offer state-of-the art amenities and concierge services.
Document Management & Exhibits
Envision will maintain Master-Exhibit Binders for maximum exhibit consistency from “file-to-trial” including preparation of digital and paper trial binders.
From exhibit retrieval for archival and E-Discovery for Review on leading cloud platforms to online repositories, Discovery is part of our vision.
In-Courtroom tech-support and trial exhibit preparation and presentation. Support for iPro Trial Director 360® and Lexis-Nexis Sanction® software.
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