Web conferencing allows attorneys to stay in their office and eliminates the need for driving hours to attend a deposition.
(PRWEB) July 15, 2016
Sacramento company, Accuracy-Plus Reporting, Inc. has provided a broad range of court reporting services to the area for years and is now seeing the benefits of incorporating additional technology like web conferencing to make things easier for court reporters as well as attorneys and law firms.
The company provides video conference depositions, stenographers and quality court reporters to make legal meetings and depositions easier.
Accuracy-Plus owner Lori LeRoy reports that she has seen an increase in business requests for web conferencing wherein the court reporter is requested to go to the witness's office and connect via multiple attorneys via the internet. This allows attorneys to stay in their own office and eliminates the need for driving hours to attend the deposition. While many attorneys still attempt to make in-person meetings a priority wherever possible, it’s not always easy to get all the necessary individuals in the same room at the same time. For example, one or more individuals simply might not be able to travel to the designated location.
Thankfully, web conferencing now allows for people in multiple locations to connect easily, saving time and money for everyone involved. Busy lawyers with many places to be can tap into the web conferencing capability and benefit from working with a court reporting team already familiar with the technology.
The attorney is also able to see the witness via the web conferencing application and ask questions. This process also saves the attorney and the client money. There are many different situations in which a face-to-face meeting may be out of the question as a result of distance or scheduling issues. Web conferences are a solid alternative and using quality technology and a court reporter who understands this system can be beneficial.
Web conferencing is becoming an increasingly viable option for depositions and in order to capitalize on this, it is important to apply best practices to your web conference, select the right web conferencing software, and choose the right audio equipment and structure an efficient meeting. Partnering with a court reporting company who has used web conferencing and makes use of the best of breed technology on the market today can minimize the stress and allow you to save time, money and energy.
To learn more about how web conferencing could be a fit for your busy law practice to accomplish depositions, contact Accuracy Plus today. More information can be found at http://www.accuracy-plus.net/