How to Collaboratively Craft Narratives and Prepare for Depositions

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Alex Hafez, Jennifer Roberts

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Post-review litigation preparation traditionally occurs over email, with competing versions of outlines sent back and forth until no one is sure what’s the most up to date. Manual drudgery abounds, whether it’s printing out copies of exhibits, transcribing sticky notes post-deposition, or synchronizing deposition insights with transcripts. All this adds up to countless hours lost and spiraling costs that could have been better spent on substantive legal work. Everlaw Storybuilder enables legal departments to collaborate securely with colleagues, business partners, inside or outside counsel to craft narratives and efficiently manage the end-to-end process of investigations or litigation. Narrative building ensures alignment among investigative teams by enabling collaborative organization of key documents into a compelling body of evidence. Integrated deposition tracking tools enable significant cost reductions and time savings by eliminating the need to print out physical copies of all exhibits, pass handwritten notes, and later transfer key information into an online repository. Join Alex Hafez and Jennifer Roberts for an overview of how Storybuilder streamlines litigation preparation and sets the stage for critical internal and external collaboration.
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