Attorneys Turn to iPads to Prepare and Question Experts

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Attorneys who lug around bankers’ boxes stuffed with exhibits may soon seem like Luddites given the growing popularity of the iPad at depositions and trials. Increasingly, trial attorneys are using iPads to prepare and question witnesses – and the devices are particularly well suited to working with and examining expert witnesses.

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