Preparing Verbatim Transcripts of Court Proceedings
Summit produces exceptional, quality-controlled transcripts using our nationwide Registered Professional Reporters (RPR), State Certified Court Reporters (CCR), Registered Merit Reporters (RMR), and Certified Realtime Reporters (CRR). Our court reporters are able to provide high-quality real-time via internet with text streaming or real-time Onsite, rough drafts, same day, next day, and expedited turnaround on transcripts upon request.
In an age of digital and mobile document and case filings, we recommend our online repository, both for your case scheduling and access to transcripts, exhibits, and other case documents.
Our transcripts can be provided in any format you need for your case and your firm’s compatibility – including eTranscript (.ptx), ASCII, .pdfs of full size, and mini/condensed transcripts, and word index/searching.
Digital Exhibit Services and Presenting/Sharing Technology
Our full-service, in-house videographers and video technicians have you covered for all aspects of your case needs – from videotape depositions to editing depositions for trial, playback presentations to the jury, and also specialty filming such as Day-In-The-Life filming and site inspections.
Summit provides professionally-trained legal video technicians and Certified Legal Video Specialists (CLVS) anywhere in the world, and can provide the same whether onsite or remote. The legal videographers are highly trained specialists with the ability to record and produce videos in HD and 4K ULTRA HD (upon request) using the most technologically advanced equipment and software available. Video-Transcript Syncing is available upon request.
Summit’s video technicians are present for all remote video conferences as technical support or in the case of upgraded video tech services, such as exhibit sharing and presentation (in Adobe, TrialDirector, and other platforms) and for recording and officiating videos for trial.
Summit offers the most secure video conferencing services possible worldwide through secure Summit Zoom platforms for remote and mobile proceedings as well as with our in-house Polycom systems for traditional video conferencing needs. We are equipped to provide video conferencing with an unlimited number of connections. We have locked down our virtual rooms with added layers of security that each participant must follow, and a Summit Video Support Tech is present for every proceeding. Our additional security features provide an extra assurance of HIPAA compliance. If another platform is required instead of Zoom, Summit’s Video Tech Support Team has training on other platforms as well, with Summit accounts and solutions for your video conferencing needs (WebEx, Teams, etc.).
Our Summit Product and Trial Tech Teams are ready and available to help 24/7 with digitizing any paper exhibits, prepping for a deposition of trial with exhibits (whether they are documents, slides, videos, MRI, or other films), and can do virtual shares of exhibits, Bates stamp and mark exhibits, presenting/sharing on-screen in picture-in-picture.
Summit offers free demos of all remote and onsite capabilities and offer complimentary short training sessions for your staff as well.
Equipment is available for rent to attorneys, law firms or witnesses, such as laptops and iPads, for mobile video conferencing anywhere around the world.
Impress juries and present your deposition in a concise and compelling manner! Summit specializes in HD picture-in-picture technology, giving your presentations and depositions an impressive and advanced upgrade.
Summit’s Repository is a 24/7 simple, online back-office for scheduling services, and having access to case-related documents, transcripts, exhibits, and invoices. Schedulers, Paralegals, and Attorneys alike benefit from Summit’s Repository. Schedulers can easily enter a service in their personal calendar, which is automatically sent to Summit’s calendars, as well as the calendars of the attorneys linked to the service and any paralegals or assistants that wish to be linked to the attorneys. Attorneys and any assistant or paralegal linked to their accounts can also access billed invoices and any documents pertaining to the case – including archived transcripts and exhibits.