Gain insights into adverse deposition strategies, predict future questions, and suggest model responses.
Prepare witnesses and attorneys more effectively and illuminate the landscape of upcoming depositions with 360-degree views of witnesses, adverse counsel tactics, and related testimony.
Defend witnesses and take down adversaries. Collaborate with remote colleagues in real time and search eDiscovery during depositions.
Find critical documents based on realtime testimony. Use data from your search results and from your colleagues to refine your line of questioning and weaken the adversary’s position, or rehabilitate your own witness.
Reduce the expense of capturing testimony and get it in real time, every time.
Augment traditional court reporters with on-demand, AI-driven realtime transcription feeds. Get a rough transcript within minutes after a depo. Also get downloadable audio.
Litigate Like You Mean It.
How Does It Work?
Improve outcomes and accelerate resolutions
Leverage the cumulative wealth of prior testimony related to the matter at hand
Develop actionable insights based on historical data
Prepare witnesses and counsel for optimal results in upcoming depositions
Defend witnesses and take down adversaries
Collaborate privately with colleagues during depositions without touching your phone
Point-and-click on witness testimony in real time to search eDiscovery and find documents outside your witness kit (or inside your witness kit)
Reduce testimony expenses
Augment traditional court reporters with
on demand, AI-driven realtime transcription feed
immediate rough transcript download
easy audio download
Want to know an inside secret? Most court reporters don't like providing realtime transcription. It's difficult and stressful, a fact reflected in its pricing.
But attorneys would love to use realtime, every time.
With Cloud Court you get realtime transcription, same-day rough transcripts to help prep for tomorrow's deposition, and downloadable audio.
Skip the transcription "tax" when you're the non-noticing party. Most of the time, the rough transcript is sufficient.
Dang, I wish I'd had software like this back when I was litigating. I remember scrambling through boxes for the folder with the right exhibit, trying to remember which one contradicted the wild thing the deponent just said. I imagine everyone will have this soon. Until then, it seems like quite an edge for the early adopters!
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