inData offers the following white papers on best-practices for preparing and presenting electronic evidence.
This whitepaper introduces MPEG-4 and its variants (H.263 and H.264), discusses the advantages and disadvantages of using this new format and provides recommended encoding guidelines. Additionally, this whitepaper describes the features, functions and any limitations related to using H.264 video in each of inData's latest software products.
Written by inData's President and professional trial consultant, Derek Miller, this white paper provides basic tips for using presentation technology in the courtroom. Discussion includes recommendations on the software, hardware, and people necessary to create an effective, flawless presentation. Best yet, it also includes several handy checklists to consider before going to trial.
This white paper highlights considerations for incorporating electronic evidence into deposition proceedings and trial presentations. It includes an analysis of the pros and cons of using electronic evidence in its native file format, and presents common scenarios encountered in the presentation of electronic evidence.
This white paper covers all the things to consider when scheduling video depositions including the advantages of videotaping a witness, finding a legal videographer, what to ask for from your videographer, and various litigation software programs that will work with video when preparing your case.
Written specifically for legal videographers, this white paper explores the pros and cons of MPEG-1 on CD-ROM vs. MPEG-2 on DVD. Specific instructions on how to synchronize DVD-Video Volumes with inData TimeCoder Pro software are also provided.
Change is the theme this year. How is the economy impacting the legal community and what can you do about it? Discussion includes real-world examples of corporate and law firm litigation models that are streamlining costs and obtaining successful verdicts.
This white paper discusses concept searching and its advantages as applied to litigation. Highlights include how concept searching can reduce document review time and find crucial evidence, real-world examples, and answers to commonly asked questions. It also includes a helpful checklist of questions to ask when looking for a litigation search tool.