4 Reasons To Use Electronic Deposition Exhibits

Law360, New York (October 21, 2015, 10:13 AM EDT) -- So much of what we do now as litigators incorporates technology. Written communications with opposing counsel or clients, in-court presentations, document collection and review, court filings; these are just a few examples of arenas in which electronic media is now widely — if not exclusively — used. Technology is now more accessible and more efficient than ever. Why, then, do so many attorneys lug around boxes of environmentally unfriendly copies of documents to use at depositions?

Until very recently, I was one of those attorneys. I can relate countless instances where I painstakingly ensured that I had five paper copies of...

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