Updated: Jul 21
The legal world has been forced to change drastically because of the coronavirus pandemic. With social distancing a requirement in many jurisdictions, hearings and other proceedings are being held remotely.
The professionals at TrialSpectrum, Inc. are available to help your firm adapt to social distancing requirements while you continue to provide thorough, excellent representation to your clients.
During the coronavirus pandemic, TrialSpectrum, Inc. is offering remote services for no additional charge. Whether you need TrialSpectrum, Inc. to assist with a single hearing or with an entire case from initiation to conclusion, we are available to help.
One of the most important purposes of a deposition is to observe how a party or witness reacts to a specific line of questioning. Although in-person depositions may not be available during the pandemic, there are remote options that allow attorneys to conduct their questioning and study an individual’s responses.
For example, video depositions are a popular alternative to in-person depositions. Our team is available to help ensure that your deposition proceeds as smoothly as possible.
For example, we take the needs of your firm and your client into account. We can provide a DVD to you as quickly as necessary, and we can provide additional electronic equipment you may need during the deposition. We have monitors, document cameras, projectors, and other such equipment available.
It is also possible to conduct mediations via teleconference or video conference. The team at TrialSpectrum, Inc. is able to copy documents and create graphics and other visual aids that may be helpful during negotiations.
Our professionals use reliable software that provides excellent video and audio quality. Our software has screensharing capabilities to streamline the settlement process. We are able to accommodate individuals in various time zones as well for the convenience of everyone involved.
Confidentiality is a concern in mediation. At TrialSpectrum, Inc., our professionals use software that allows the mediator to communicate with select parties at a time, or with the group as a whole. We are able to set up various virtual “rooms,” depending on the needs of your case.
Many attorneys express a desire to simplify the arbitration process as much as possible, especially if arbitration will be held via videoconference. For example, some attorneys may wish to provide copies of depositions and other pieces of evidence to the arbitrator and to opposing counsel. TrialSpectrum, Inc. assists with all preparations needed for arbitration, as well as virtual arbitration itself.
Our team members also ensure that arbitration is conducted privately and securely.
Thousands of hearings throughout the United States have been held remotely. Whether your clients are in the middle of a malpractice case or are involved in an intellectual property battle, we have the tools you need to obtain excellent results.
We carefully study the rules and restrictions for the jurisdiction your hearing will be held in to ensure that you are able to provide the best presentation possible to the court.
With remote hearings, your clients have the undivided attention of the judge or other decisionmaker. With the assistance of the experts at TrialSpectrum, Inc., you will be able to present clear, compelling arguments on behalf of your clients.
To Learn More About Our Services, Contact TrialSpectrum, Inc. Today
The trial support and technology experts at TrialSpectrum, Inc. provide services that are carefully tailored to your needs. We take into account the proceeding, the type of case, and the message you want to convey. With our assistance, you will be able to provide excellent legal counsel, even during a global pandemic.
We are happy to set up a time to speak with you about your needs. To schedule a virtual appointment with our team, call 800-789-0084 or visit www.trialspectrum.com.