Virtual Deposition – Streaming For Depositions and Arbitrations

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Our court reporting firm is often asked to provide streaming services at depositions. Attorneys and/or expert witnesses at remote locations are able to log onto a url and can participate by seeing and hearing the proceedings. They are also able to read the realtime text as the court reporter is taking down the testimony.

The downside to the stream is the audio/video portion has an 8 – 15 second lag. There is no lag for the text stream. We advise our clients to use a speaker phone if they want to participate in realtime to make objections or statements on the record.

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