The American Bar Association blogs all things technology in its aptly named blog, Law Technology Today.
At the invitation of the publication’s content manager, O’Brien & Levine president Kenneth Zais contributed an article about the convenience and cost-effectiveness of electronic exhibits when taking depositions.
In Electronic Exhibits Mark the End of the Paper Chase, Zais covers the use of software (on iPads and other devices) for introducing and marking exhibits, which are then available electronically to all participants.
Instead of arriving at a deposition with a handcart stacked with boxes packed with printed exhibits, attorneys can substitute an iPad. This gives new meaning to “traveling light.”