Write it Down!

Court Reporters, Get it Right! 

After the deposition, a court reporter usually asks, “Would you like a large transcript, condensed, E-transcript, E-Transcript only, or would you like all of the above?”
The first attorney may say, “I’ll take a large transcript, a condensed transcript, and an E-Transcript.”
The second attorney may say, “I’ll take a large transcript only, but call my assistant, Gina, and see if we take an E-Transcript, too.”
That’s just the first two transcript orders and you’ve got three more orders to go.   If you want to save yourself a few calls later for “clarification,” or because your memory “just isn’t what it used to be” WRITE IT DOWN!
If an attorney tells you he’s changed firms or he has a new address, don’t rely on your memory.  By the time you get around to scoping and proofing the deposition transcript, there’s a good chance you’ll have forgotten what was said and then you’ll have to spend (waste) time researching the answer.  If you want to save yourself time and aggravation, WRITE IT DOWN!
Let’s say there’s a trial date at the end of the month, but there’s a mediation in two weeks.  They’d like the transcript by the 10th.  You think you’ll never forget that date because you’ve got a lot of work to do between now and then, sync the video to the text and upload the video and synced transcript to your online repository.  Keep yourself on track as the days zip by, know the date its due – WRITE IT DOWN!
In these days of information overload, rush transcripts, and production demands, it’s easy to forget something, but there is one way to cut down on errors, and it’s easy enough – WRITE IT DOWN!

 

Bundles | Repository

E-Transcript | Publisher Bundles | iBinder Repository

Taylor Court Reporters of Louisville Kentucky uses the best, the original and industry-leading line of transcript technology, Westlaw/RealLegal’s E-Transcript, delivering electronic transcripts to your email’s inbox. RealLegal E-Transcript was the first, and remains the best, of these transcript technologies.  Everyone  has  heard of E-Transcript and its PTX format.  We don’t stop with the E-Transcript, we go further.

Taylor Court Reporting brings you the newest transcript technology, E-Transcript Publisher Bundles. Publisher Bundles are E-transcripts with hyperlinked exhibits.  After we scan your exhibits, we hyperlink each exhibit within your electronic transcript for easy viewing.  After scanning and hyperlinking your exhibits, we OCR each page of your exhibits, creating and generating an exhibit  with a keyword  index.  Publisher  Bundles  are  an E-Transcript upgrade with the new file designation of PTZ.   You’ll need to download the newest  viewer to view these Publisher Bundle PTZ files, but the viewer also reads the older PTX  version of E-Transcript.

Download the new E-Transcript Publisher Bundle Viewer now to view PTX and PTZ files.

Publisher also Bundles and syncs your video deposition files to your E-Transcript, creating a powerful tool for the litigating attorney.  Now you can clip and paste portions of the synced video to create powerful presentations to a jury, client, arbitrator, or members of your team.

Taylor Court Reporters will upload your deposition transcript to its iBinder Internet Repository, so whether you’re at home, or the road, or just can’t put your hands on that transcript, you’re never further away than the click of a mouse.

RealLegal offers free technical support for all of its software.

To ensure you get the most out of RealLegal software, please don’t hesitate to contact RealLegal with questions, problems, or suggestions.

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Taylor Court Reporters are ready to answer your questions and walk you through each application, so call us today.  We’re always happy to help!