YesLaw Expands into the Courthouse, Launches “Official Transcript Generator” as a Cloud Solution for Storing and Sharing Official Transcripts Online

With an industry push toward a paperless courtroom, YesLaw, the technology leader in deposition publishing and hosting, unveils its “Official Transcript Generator” solution, first seen at NCSC Court Technology Conference

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The open platform and features of a YesLaw PDF are important to me for delivering my stenographic record.

BALTIMORE, MD (PRWEB) September 20, 2013

Today, YesLaw publicly unveils its “Official Transcript Generator”, a new solution for cloud delivery of official transcripts. YesLaw gave a demo of the Official Transcript Generator at the National Center for State Courts bi-annual Court Technology Conference (CTC) in Baltimore this week. This year’s conference featured paperless workflow for all aspects of the judicial system, and YesLaw’s Official Transcript Generator provides an important link to going paperless in the courtroom. The Official Transcript Generator allows court records to be securely stored and distributed within the court system while available to all parties involved.

YesLaw developed this version of their popular deposition transcript delivery suite to meet the unique needs of the state-level court system. The Official Transcript Generator offers simple software tools to court reporters to publish electronic court transcripts. Flexible options meet the requirements of each state for distribution in a highly secure cloud interface, where the records are accessible from any device, desktop or mobile, through any browser with internet connectivity.

Stephen Zinone, official reporter in the 7th Judicial District of State of New York said, “YesLaw is bringing really innovative technology to the stenographic reporter, and making it easy to meet our needs as we move toward a paperless courtroom. The open platform and features of a YesLaw PDF are important to me for delivering my stenographic record.”

YesLaw creates PDF transcripts with a hyperlinked word index, and makes exhibits available for review online or via download. The transcript is uploaded by each official reporter and aggregated with other transcripts from any reporter assigned to the case, at any time during the process. Permission for subsequent distribution may be granted by the reporter to any recipient of the record. Access can be easily granted at any point in the adjudication process - from the moment a new judge or prosecutor is assigned, to the time the record is sent up to an appellate court.

“As the management of data in the court system goes paperless, YesLaw is committed to providing an advanced solution for state courts,” said YesLaw Vice President Brian Clune. “This year’s CTC conference gave us a great opportunity to showcase our Official Transcript Generator to state court administrators from around the United States, and other countries.”

To learn more, visit: YesLaw.net

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.

Contacts:

Brian Clune, Vice President, YesLaw
bclune(at)yesvideo.com

Stephen Zinone, official reporter in the 7th Judicial District of State of New York
reporterny(at)yahoo.com

Media Contact:

Rachael Himsel, 415.677.9125 x 257
Rachael(at)vscpr.com


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