Remote Depositions

Effectively depose witnesses or attend depositions at a distance with 
Esquire's remote depositions technology.

Don’t go into your next deposition alone. With Esquire Deposition Solutions’ suite of remote deposition solutions, high-definition videoconferencing, secure messaging, digital exhibit management, and real-time transcription software - your case file, your witnesses, and your entire litigation team are right there with you.

Gain access to electronic exhibits, review-ready session video, flexible videoconferencing, real-time witness transcription and deposition transcription, and live video streaming all on one platform and one screen. You can take Esquire Deposition Solutions’ flexible technology platform with you for remote depositions and court reporting anywhere in the world.

Modern deposition management is a fully interactive, multiparty videoconference that happens over an Internet-connected computer or tablet device. Esquire's remote deposition solutions, backed by industry-leading security technology, uniquely tailored to meet the needs of law firms involved in high-stakes depositions, arbitration hearings, and other important meetings.

Esquire’s remote deposition solutions put everyone in the same room on the same page regardless of their physical location.

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  • Meet with a witness face-to-face through high-definition videoconferencing.
  • Qualified remote court reporters (certified Stenographers) capture the record via industry-leading video conference. The witness is not located with the reporter.
  • Conduct depositions without the hassle of copying and transporting paper exhibits.
  • Access any case documents instantly, so you are ready wherever the questioning takes you.
  • Review, stamp, and present electronic exhibits.
  • Maintain complete control of official exhibits.
  • View and highlight significant portions of the witness transcripts in
    real time and gain a preliminary transcript at the close of the deposition.
  • Download official exhibits immediately after the conclusion of the deposition.

View our 'How To Conduct Depositions Online: What You Need to Know' webinar to learn what’s critical to avoiding the pitfalls of inaccurately conducting depositions online, and discover what options are available and how they work..

LEVERAGE ESQUIRE DEPOSITION SOLUTIONS’ EXPERTISE IN
REMOTE DEPOSITION TOOLS

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I was very happy  with the remote deposition process, and I liked that Esquire also scheduled a testing time to make sure the technology worked prior to the deposition. 

– Lupe Carrasco, Attorney, Bradford & Barthel LLP, CA

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“Esquire has always hired skilled Court Reporters that are accurate. Transcripts are delivered in a timely fashion."

 

– Michelle Borbidge, Legal Assistant, Deasey Mahoney & Valentini, Ltd., Philadelphia, PA

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Go paperless with digital exhibits in your deposition.

Be portable and cost-effective with videoconferencing.

Be successful with your international depositions.

Conduct depositions anywhere with virtual solutions.

Esquire Deposition Solutions provides the secure, powerful tools
that can give you the flexibility you need.