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Deposition Summary Basic - Write Up

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It is the write up of Deposition Summary Basic. Which tells "why summarize your deposition", "who uses summary", "our process", "what makes your summary different", "what kind of summaries we …

It is the write up of Deposition Summary Basic. Which tells "why summarize your deposition", "who uses summary", "our process", "what makes your summary different", "what kind of summaries we prepare", and etc.

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  • 1. EMAIL: info@draftncraft.com INDIA Tel: +91 11 2341 4576 Fax: +91 11 2341 4044 USA Tel: + 1 516 515 3510 UK Tel: + 44 20 3318 3559 Draft n Craft www.draftncraft.com
  • 2. Deposition Summary Solutions Does outsourcing of deposition summaries engages in Unauthorized Practice of Law (UPL) Better, Unique, and Economical Why summarize your deposition? The purpose of a deposition summary is to accurately and objectively summarize a deponent's testimony into a useful reference document for a reviewing party. The deposition summary will provide an outline of the deposition enabling such reviewing party to quickly review and gain a general understanding of the underlying deposition. As such, the deposition summary should include relevant information from a deposition. A summary is not intended to replace a full reading of a deposition transcript. Who uses the Summary? In preparation for trial, attorneys use a summary of the deposition to refresh their memory of what was said, or if they did not attend the deposition, to become familiar with the testimony. In most cases, it is not practical or desirable for all attorneys representing a client to attend the actual deposition, nor is it practical to have all attorneys working on a case read through the hundreds, if not thousands, of pages of transcript. The deposition summary will be relied on as the main source of information about what the witness said at the deposition. Deposition Summaries articulate testimony and do not provide subjective legal advice or opinion. The summaries are clerical in nature much like the one prepared by your paralegal under your instructions. Non-lawyers working on summaries do not engage in Unauthorized Practice of Law (UPL). Outsourcing of Legal Processes, including Deposition Summaries has been approved by American Bar Association (ABA), state and local bar associations, and the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA). See ABA Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility, Opinion 08-451 (Aug 5, 2008); Supreme Court of Ohio, Board of Commissioners on Grievances and Discipline, Opinion 2006–09 (Aug 14, 2009); Los Angeles County Bar Association, Opinion No. 518 (June 19, 2008); Florida Bar Association (Sept 2007); San Diego County Bar Association, Ethics Opinion 2007-1 (Jan 2007); Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Commission on Professional and Judicial Ethics, Formal Opinion 2006–3 (Aug 2006); Statement by the NCRA (Feb 2009). The NCRA has further held that while a court reporter may not summarize her deposition transcript, there is no bar to her company partnering with a deposition summary provider. See Advisory Opinion 32 of the NCRA (1997). Why Partner with us? Our Deposition Summary services increase savings through cost-effective, faster and better proliferation of key information at one place. It allows law firms to focus on their key competencies while saving cost incurred to getting the summaries prepared in-house. For Court Reporting companies it means creating a new revenue line while creating value proposition to the existing client base. Imagine a law firm meeting the timelines of settlement conferences and trials at the time of deposition itself because of a deposition summary that is better, unique and economical. Our Process Read, Understand, Extract, Summarize, and Quality Check – This is the basic process. We read every line of the testimony, understand what the deponent has said, and then summarize the deponent's testimony using proper sentence structure and grammar. Spoken English can be very different from written English. We train our team to carefully read and understand the guidelines before doing the summary and to apply those guidelines strictly to the summaries. We use well-trained legal professionals and content writers who carefully review the transcript and extract & write the relevant information in a summarized form. The summary helps in saving precious time of US attorneys as the objective of the summary is to capture the substance of what is being said, so that the person reading the summary will know where to turn to in the actual transcript and pull up the testimony on a particular subject. What makes our Summary Different? Unlike others, we do not merely summarize. Rather we have created a work-product that is a necessary aid to every trial. To know the product differentiators please get in touch with our SMEs. Money Back Guarantee We are so confident about the 21 differentiators that our deposition summary has to offer that we have no hesitation in offering a money back guarantee. If, after examining several features of our deposition summary, you do not agree that our summaries are better, unique and economical to any of our competitors, you will receive a prompt refund. Other Related Services ü Trial Summary ü of Meeting Minutes ü Transcript Preparation ü Invoicing ü Records Summary Medical ü Bluebook Review What kind of Summaries we prepare? The attorneys at Draft n Craft holds considerable experience summarizing depositions related to Product Liability, Consumer, Corporate, Commercial, Employment, Environmental, Matrimonial, Insurance, Intellectual Property, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, Real Estate, Tax, Torts, Trusts & Estates, White Collar, and Workers Compensation practice areas. *LIMITED LIFETIME OFFER We won't charge extra for expediting the summary and delivering the summary in the EPUB format. What templates we use? Draft n Craft prepares deposition summaries traditionally in Three column page:line format, Two column page:line format, Two column style, Three column style, Subject and Exhibit format, and Page Summary format. We also customize our templates for product liability, insurance and related practice areas because of different needs of our clients. *for all orders placed by end of business on Mar. 31, 2014 Draft n Craft Legal Outsourcing Pvt. Ltd. © 2014. All rights reserved. Draft n Craft Legal Outsourcing Pvt. Ltd. © 2014. All rights reserved. Partnering with leading court reporting companies, law ?rms, insurers and legal vendors

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