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Issue 6.3

FEATURE

Meet John Callis

Chatting with the head of Clarity Legal Software

Issue: 6.3 (March/April 2008)
Author: Marc Zeedar
Author Bio: John Callis is the CEO of Clarity Legal Software, makers of cross-platform legal software.
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Starting Page Number: 11
Article Number: 6308
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http://www.claritylegalsoftware.com/blog.html

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Bundler is for court reporters. It's the first step in the process. An attorney takes the deposition of someone and once it is over the court reporter can take the transcript, exhibits, and video, and bundle it together and give it to an attorney. Regardless of platform, the attorney can then use the free viewer to open the bundler or import the contents into DepoSmart.

From there, the attorney can annotate, review, report, search, create video clips, etc. on the transcript(s) during the preparation of the case. Then when they head to trial they can import a DepoSmart case into TrialSmart and use the best OS around to show exhibits, video, and testimony to a jury.

Some of my competitors combine a lot of the features into one app. The result is a bulky, complicated app. I like to keep them separate. Each app has a server available. There is also a synch service built into all the apps that is becoming very popular. From anywhere in the world a customer can send video and a transcript to us to be synched and we return them a load file that they can import into their software. It is for Mac or PC. It strips out the audio from any video file and sends us the condensed audio that we then synch to the transcript file.

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