Deposition practice has long been the beneficiary of innovative technology. The transcription machine is the perfect example. The list goes on: real time; video depositions; remote depositions and depositions by Skype; transcript review and annotation software. This evolution of technology has now come to the tablet platform.
Ted Brooks, at his Court Technology and Trial Presentation Blawg, has written another great app review. This time he looks at TranscriptPad. Ted introduces the app as follows:
I have taken a look at TranscriptPad, and I like it. I haven't shelled out the $50 for it yet, but I like what I have seen. To get a real feel for it though, you need to read Ted's review. Please click here for a look.If you’re in need of a quick and easy method of reviewing depos, running searches, assigning issue codes, adding notes and marking designations with your iPad, Lit Software, makers of the popular TrialPad app, have another nice app for you. In addition to managing the transcripts, TranscriptPad allows you to import related depo exhibits, so you can take a look at them as well. “You can drive in a nail with a brick, but a hammer will do a much better job” according to Ian O’Flaherty, Managing Partner at Lit Software, LLC.
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