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Posted on February 22, 2011 by Catherine Kane


It has never been easier to view your exhibits and transcripts side-by-side than with Rosenberg & Associates’ exhibit hyperlinking service.

Neatly bundled on a CD or DVD, your hyperlinked transcript comes with embedded software (free of charge) to easily navigate and view your exhibits as you read through the transcript. Now you can rid yourself of the boxes of documents or file folders on your desk as your exhibit appears in each and every instance that it is mentioned in the transcript.

In addition, Rosenberg & Associates provides OCR (Optical Character Recognition) technology with each hyperlink. So instead of being able to just view the exhibit, it is also searchable.

Posted on February 15, 2011 by Catherine Kane


Mobilize your transcripts with our “Take Your Transcript on the Road” technology. Mobile technology provides features such as keywords searches and tracking of billable time.

Whether you are on plane, a train or at home, having your transcript conveniently available on your mobile device provides for greater efficiency and flexibility as you prepare your case.

Get started here.

Posted on August 24, 2010 by Catherine Kane


Today’s corporations are looking for law firms who are diversified to represent them in their litigation.   Not only should your law firm be diversified within, it should also be committed to utilizing suppliers who are also women- and minority-owned.     

Many corporations are now seeking out information to discover which law firms spend with women- and minority-owned businesses, and are going beyond statistical numbers of women and minority attorneys in the firm.

Corporations are looking to their outside legal to reflect the values of the corporation and those values are diversity, partnering with suppliers who can fulfilled the supplier diversity model which improves corporate bottom lines and shareholders’ pockets.

Posted on July 8, 2010 by Catherine Kane


The power of video has been a crucial and compelling element in videotaped depositions and in multimedia trial presentations.   It takes you to the bedside of the injured plaintiff or to the scene of an accident and is a major tool in keeping the jury focused ... preserving important moments in time.   

Video has now taken the place of the written word in settlement brochures and is being introduced in settlement conferences across the country.

In order to get the best result for your client, video settlement brochures have taken the place of traditional binder settlements.   A written settlement binder is made up of all the evidence relating to the case and can be quite cumbersome.  This paper settlement brochure may take hours of review and doesn't always convey the point in an efficient and proper manner.

On the other hand, a Video Settlement Brochure is a persuasive presentation using the power of video to present your case.   The viewer watches your presentation from start to finish.  There is more drama, and more of a human-side in the presentation of a video that results in a more impactful viewing.

      The Video Settlement Brochure is normally no more than 3 minutes and it draws the viewer directly to the point you are making.

Posted on June 28, 2010 by Catherine Kane

Who Says You Can't Have it All?

Choosing a legal provider that can accommodate all of your litigation needs gives you peace of mind. As your case moves from phase to phase, you will be guaranteed consistency and continuity throughout.

For over 40 years, Rosenberg & Associates, Inc. has been providing the legal community with court reporting and litigation support services.  Hosting a menu of services, R&A is your “One Stop Litigation Shopping” solution for all your litigation needs.  

Having the ability to move from one phase of your case to the next with the same vendor provides you with a seamless integration and efficiency of evidence as well as a cost savings throughout the entire case.

Posted on June 16, 2010 by Catherine Kane


“Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect.”
-- Coach Vince Lombardi_

Practice is a key element to any successful performance.  Musicians and theater performers practice to achieve harmony in their performance. Trial attorneys practice to articulate their case in an eloquent and unforgettable manner so that the jury or arbitration judge will remember his/her words as well as the evidence.

But “practice does not make perfect...”  

Incorporating a focus group to assist with your trial presentation not only provides you with the practice you need, but also the perfection it requires.  Presenting your case first to a focus group provides you with an analysis of what works and what does not. It reveals the weaknesses and strengths of your case that would otherwise come up in trial.  

The feedback that you will receive from the focus group provides you with meaningful direction to take in the real trial setting and makes all that practice worthwhile. 

So the next time you need to tweak your performance in trial, be sure to practice before a focus group.  Your practice will certainly not only prove beneficial; it will make your case more successful.

Posted on May 26, 2010 by Catherine Kane

The Unforgettable Trial Presentation

Utilizing Visual Aids to Tell Your Story to the Jury, Judge, Mediator and Arbitrator

In today’s society of 3D and hi-def television, YouTube, and video games, presenting your case visually has become the most effective way to capture the attention of your audience -- whether it is a jury, mediator, judge or arbitrator. 

Since few jurors retain information simply by listening, the power of graphic presentation has become vital to the outcome of the case and has often become the difference between winning and losing.     

So why present your case graphically with the use of multimedia presentation?

Well, why not?

Having all the data in your case organized in folders on your notebook, all your video and video clips on hand, as well as your opening and closing PowerPoint slides available with the touch of a key moves the case quickly and take up less time of the judge and the jury. 

Remember, the jury does not want to be there and if you can make the case interesting and more memorable with the use of graphics and multimedia, it enables you to control the flow of information; moving through evidence quickly and having them focus on what you want them to see instead of them trying to determine what it is that you are trying to present.

Retention of your trial presentation is key to your case ... so the next time you need to present evidence, do so graphically with multimedia. Your audience will appreciate it.

Posted on November 23, 2009 by Catherine Kane

How to Create Litigation Success! 

The Importance of Litigating Your Case Using Realtime at your next deposition.
The Realtime process is the most effective way to present your case.   Since a large percentage of cases do not go to trial, how a litigator strategizes their deposition can be the deciding factor on what your settlement or outcome may be.   Using realtime in your deposition helps with these key and critical maneuvers for a successful outcome.
Using realtime reporting for all your depositions gives you many advantages over your adversary:
  • Instant access to your deposition and other depositions as well as exhibits
  • Quoting the witness' testimony instead of paraphrasing
  • Able to search keywords to refresh your memory - leaving no time for the witness to rethink his/her answer
  • Participate in the live deposition from across the table or from around the world
Create your next Litigation Success by incorporating realtime in your next deposition.

Call today for a demo at 973-618-2101 and take control of your next deposition.

Posted on December 16, 2009 by Catherine Kane

Why your Next Deposition should be Videotaped!

Videotaped depositions are a crucial part to any litigation.   It captures the witness’ body language, a hesitant pause or an angry tone and displays inaccuracies in the witness’ testimony.

Videotaped depositions can play a significant role in the outcome of a trial.   They enable you to take the jury to the bedside of an injured plaintiff or to the scene of an accident.   It can be a major tool in keeping the jury focused and impeaching the witness – preserving important moments in time.

Utilizing video in your next deposition provides you with a visual impeachment tool during a settlement conference or trial.  No matter how prepared a witness may be during the trial, playing a video clip of his or her deposition to show inconsistencies in testimony decreases the credibility of the witness and provides you with a more favorable position.

Make your presentation more effective and persuasive, videotape your next deposition and capture your audience’s attention.

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