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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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New Speakers Confirmed: ‘The Future of Digital Court Reporting’ Virtual Summit

By Danielle Chazen

On July 13th, Verbit will host key thought leaders and experts for a live virtual summit, The Future of Digital Court Reporting. Viewers will hear from experts who are activating digital depositions and other proceedings remotely and get their takes on the future of the industry for both the short and long term. The Future of Digital Court Reporting will…
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Legal Summit: The Future of Digital Court Reporting

By Danielle Chazen

This July, Verbit will bring together hundreds of legal professionals for its inaugural legal summit, The Future of Digital Court Reporting. This summit will build on Verbit's recent legal webinars which have been preparing legal agencies, attorneys, court reporters and others with insights on how to effectively use digital tools to complete more legal work. The need for digital methods…
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Transcription Security – How Verbit Ensures Your Data Stays Secure

By Danielle Chazen

Data security should be a top priority for every business and professional. Ensuring that sensitive data, including personal data, stays secure is critical. Transcriptions are one area of focus currently in the realm of cybersecurity. From notes taken during internal client meetings, to transcriptions of global town halls where company performance statistics are shared to admissible transcriptions of legal proceedings,…
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18 to 24 Months: COVID-19 & Legal Industry Implications

By Anthony Sirna

According to a recently released report by the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP) the duration for the current COVID-19 pandemic, “will likely be 18 to 24 months, as herd immunity gradually develops in the human population.” This viewpoint brings into question a critical timeframe for which society, businesses and individuals will need to act immediately in the…
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