A trial presentation database starts well before trial, with the organization of what is called the pretrial database, the most popular brands of which are Summation, Concordance and Relativity
...a few PowerPoint slides with bullet points and some graphics. I used QuickTime Player, a free package for Apple computers that allows you to create...
Migrating data from a pretrial database to a trial database is no mean feat, especially in the crucial, often chaotic run-up to trial. Trial Support Manager Michael Skrzypek shares 10 tips to smooth
Originally Published: Legal Tech Newsletter
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