Irvine, Calif.-based eDepoze has announced the release of deposition software, which combines a hosted document repository with an iPad interface to make the deposition process digital.
A half-dozen companies in court technology and legal research will be first-time exhibitors at LegalTech New York from January 29 to 31 at the Hilton New York.
Video deposition service YesLaw recently announced its transition from DVD publisher to online streamer, with plans to deliver deposition videos, transcripts, and exhibits over the internet.
The calendar year 2012 winds down and as the 12 days of Christmas will soon be upon us, LTN's Reporter Evan Koblentz suggests a dozen gifts for tech-minded legal professionals.
Charleston, S.C.-based Bench & Bar announced Thursday the release of JuryPad, an app for Apple's iPad and iPad mini, designed to assist trial attorneys during voir dire and build a searchable database of prospective jurors.
LexisNexis parent company Reed Elsevier on November 1 sold its court filing and document exchange service, Fle & Serve, to the owneers of rival CaseFileXpress, officials of booth companies confirmed.
Meet TexFile, the state's forthcoming e-filing system based on Dallas-based Tyler Technologies Odyssey File and Serve system, which is expected to cut e-filing fees by 48 percent and allow anyone to search for and view court documents online.
The U.S. Courts are preparing to open a new version of their online document filing service beginning in spring 2014. Users will have a single login for all courts that will also work with PACER.
A group of judges and other members of the justice system are proposing a set of national guidelines that would throw Canadian courts wide open to the use of social media.