Irvine, Calif.-based eDepoze, LLC, has announced the release of eDepoze deposition software, which combines a hosted document repository with an iPad interface to make the deposition process digital.
Users can import exhibits electronically and store them locally on their iPads, introduce exhibits on a document-by-document basis, and drag and drop files to share them with all interested parties.
Other features include:
Send messages and email copies of exhibits to colleagues during the deposition.
Load electronic documents obtained during discovery directly into eDepoze.
Annotate and save personal copies of exhibits along with official versions.
Easily share and control evidence in remote depositions.
Cut costs of printing and shipping paper documents.
All data is stored at a secure hosting facility, with servers co-located at cloud provider LayeredTech, providing a fully redundant infrastructure with failover and offsite backup. File transfers between iPads and eDepoze servers are encrypted using the HTTPS protocol with SSL certificates supporting 256-bit encryption.
eDepoze, LLC, is a partnership between litigator Shawn Kennedy, most recently at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, and Mountain View, Calif.-based litigation support provider Advanced Discovery. The company is offering demonstrations of eDepoze at LegalTech New York from January 29 to 31 at the Hilton New York (exhibit hall, booth #2517).
Michael Roach is LTN's associate editor. Send email.