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Future Technology & Upcoming Trends in the Legal Industry for 2021

By Annabelle Amery

Trends in the legal industry have seen a shift toward digitization. Over the last few years, large law firms across the globe are massively investing in legal-tech solutions to gain a competitive edge. That increase has most notably shot up in the last year due to the novel coronavirus. Legal professionals that have transitioned to work-from-home environments are especially dependent…
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Guest Post: The Most Important Person In The Proceeding Room

By Danielle Chazen

Verbit is excited to feature guest author Jen Krueger to deep dive into the role and importance of the court reporter. The most important person in attendance at any legal proceeding is the court reporter. The faculty and administration of the Captioning and Court Reporting Program at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) know this to be true. Without a properly trained…
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Tactics for Legal Depositions & Remote Proceedings

By Danielle Chazen

Today’s digital court reporters are not just hitting record and leaning back while legal proceedings occur; there is a lot involved. Court reporters are responsible for administering the oath and acting as neutral third party. They’re managing proceedings to get a clear record and preserve the security of it. They’re charged with collecting and delivering the record to the agency…
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Verbatim Transcription 101 – Use Cases & Benefits

By Danielle Chazen

Transcriptions of calls or important meetings can be helpful for many professionals and industries to have as a reference, however others rely on verbatim transcripts to function. Having a word-for-word account of everything that was said for the record can help to prevent lawsuits, as well as serve as admissible records. What is verbatim transcription? Verbatim transcription is a word-for-word…
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Tomorrow’s Webinar: Breaking Down Digital Court Reporting

By Danielle Chazen

Today's court reporters are charged with multiple responsibilities. These include administering the oath and acting as neutral third party and managing the proceedings to get a clear record with ethics and professionalism to preserve the security of the record. They must also capture the record and preserve the chain of custody and deliver the record to the legal agency or…
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Digital Court Reporting: Getting Practical & Tactical

By Danielle Chazen

Digital has become a common and integral piece of the legal proceedings conversation. Professionals are looking to become more well versed and educated about existing tools and the realm of digital capabilities. From how to best conduct legal proceedings digitally to how to achieve strong audio to generate the best possible transcript, legal professionals, including those at legal agencies, attorneys…
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The CEO Perspective: Tackling Court Reporting Concerns & Investments

By Danielle Chazen

After news that an LA-based court reporting startup, Steno, closed a $3.5 million seed round led by First Round Capital recently, industry beat reporters from Legaltech News and others reached out to Tom Livne, CEO and Co-Founder of Verbit for his thoughts.  As the court reporting marketing shifts and evolves with more remote depositions being executed, greater investments are occurring.…
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AI Technology in Legal Industry – Tools & Software that Make a Difference

By Danielle Chazen

There has been a significant shift in the legal industry as of late. The ability to implement more technology into legal processes is helping to ensure the justice system stays on track despite the need to social distance. Technology is opening up court reporting and transcription outside of local geographic areas, leaving potential for increased competition and changes in the…
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How Social Distancing Affects Court Reporting

By Danielle Chazen

An in-person industry has essentially changed overnight. In late June, judges in three US states testified in favor of the continued use of remote proceedings post-COVID-19. A former California state and federal trial judge told Congress that COVID-19 has opened the judiciary up to new technology. He noted that he doesn’t expect the legal industry to ever return back to…
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How Digital Court Reporting Innovation Offers Choice

By Anthony Sirna

It’s 2020 and nearly every industry has seen significant disruption. Professionals who want to stay competitive regardless of industry are embracing innovations to stay competitive; they aren’t fearing them. The same should be, and is, true of digital court reporting. This reality was at the root of Verbit’s inaugural legal summit, The Future of Digital Court Reporting on July 13th,…
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