End User Accelerator B - Litigation Optimization

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Litigation Optimization

This tutorial will best practices for navigating and using a Litigation Database. It encompasses five short video walk-throughs with multiple choice questions at the end of each video.

The sections are as follows:

  • Part 1: Introduction to Litigation Databases
  • Part 2: Deposition Designations
  • Part 3: Video Depositions
  • Part 4: Searches, Fields, and Exhibits
  • Part 5: Presentation and Theater View

If you would like receive feedback on your responses to the questions and a follow up about any additional questions you may have, be sure to fill out your name, email address, each of the answers to the questions, and submit your responses at the end of the course.

Click here to begin the End User Accelerator B: Litigation Optimization module.

Course Notes:

  • If you need to get your relevant documents into your Litigation database after having reviewed them in a Discovery database, you can leverage the Nextpoint Exchange feature
  • Organize your Litigation database with the proper folders and folder categories for different areas of the litigation process (witnesses, exhibits, depositions, productions, etc.)
  • Once you have your exhibits organized in the order that you would like in a folder, you will need to create an exhibit stamp template to use to give these documents exhibit stamps
  • Customize an exhibit export template to your specifications
  • You can now export your exhibit folder (click the ellipses to the right of the folder -> click export -> choose your export template -> export) and share it via email with whoever you choose
  • This article should show you how to import your depositions and proceedings into your Litigation database from the File Room
    Remember, when importing a video deposition, the process is to 1) import your sync file (transcript), 2) import your video file, 3) marry them together
  • You may want to hyperlink exhibits to portions of your transcripts
  • Once you have completed your imports successfully, you can begin creating designation and objection clips
  • You can also create custom reports to export your designations
  • Users often will use the Litigation suite as a transcript repository by transferring their transcripts into a central location to allow them to conduct research on while preparing for future cases/depositions
  • You can use Nextpoint Theater mode to create and download treatments that you can use in PowerPoint presentations for opening/closing arguments, or it can be used to call things out when presenting live in the court room or via Zoom (as long as there is a stable internet connection)
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