YesLaw Provides Open Integration of Deposition Content for CaseMap and TextMap Users

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Over 600 reporting firms publishing one-half million depositions per year with YesLaw® technology can now offer their clients the ability to import deposition evidence as LexisNexis® TextMap® and CaseMap® native files.

Today YesLaw, the leading technology provider for the advanced publishing and secure delivery of deposition content, is announcing its expanded commitment to open operability between deposition content publishers and a diverse population of desktop application providers by including support for LexisNexis’s TextMap and CaseMap users.

This open integration developed by YesLaw makes it very easy and efficient for law firms using TextMap and CaseMap to import and review depositions while retaining hyperlinks to exhibits and text-to-video synchronization.

Adding TextMap integration enables a seamless connection between legal professionals and the content published by the YesLaw network of 600+ court reporting firms. YesLaw previously developed integrated solutions with LiveNote®, Summation®, TrialDirector and Sanction®. This integration connects deposition transcripts, exhibits, and video with advanced tools for managing and building a case.

YesLaw has become the industry standard for providing deposition transcripts in PDF format, video on DVD and transcripts and synchronized video in the cloud. It enables attorneys and other legal professionals to easily review transcripts and video depositions, identify key testimony, and create and export video clips for presentation at trial, mediation and settlement.

Greg Ayres, Chief Operating Officer of YesLaw, describes how their continued efforts to provide open integration between content publishers and third party applications will affect the legal world: “By focusing on solutions that leverage open standards and cloud delivery, YesLaw makes the entire process more efficient and effortless. It has never been easier for legal professionals to publish deposition content and ensure it integrates with a broad range of established desktop applications.”

About YesLaw:

Based in Santa Clara, CA, YesLaw is a division of YesVideo Inc., a leading cloud platform for video memories. YesLaw’s patented technology allows court reporters to publish their deposition transcripts, synchronized videos, linked exhibits and documents in a secure, online, always-available repository. Online tools allow attorneys with an Internet connection to search, access and review documents and synchronized video.

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Rachael Himsel Nunez, 415.677.9125 x 257

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