Paperless Electronic Exhibits For Your Litigation Events!
Easily introduce, manage and collaborate on digital exhibit files using a computer or mobile device.
ElectronicExhibits allows litigation professionals to digitally introduce, manage, and collaborate on exhibit files from within the LiveLitigation eSuite Platform. In addition to eliminating the disorganization that comes with paper files, using ElectronicExhibits also allows the storing of important documents online in an easily accessible, organized manner.
Multi-location Exhibit Sharing
Optimize your litigation event experience with multi-location exhibit sharing. Whether onsite or remotely attending, instantly upload, view, mark-up and export digital files.
Powerful All-in-One Platform
Review electronic exhibits, receive realtime text feed and watch live witness video all at the same time from one simple platform.
Electronic Exhibit Stamping
Legitimize and finalize exhibits by placing onto the exhibit an electronic stamp that includes the exhibit name and heading, the witness name, the date and the initials of the person submitting the exhibit.
Markup exhibits in real-time, no “pushing of files” or time delay.
Online Digital File and Event Management
Easily view and join all upcoming litigation events from an online dashboard. In addition to the event calendar, the dashboard acts as a file management system where you can upload, manage, and view digital files. -
Exhibit from a Mobile Device
View any shared digital exhibit file using a tablet or smartphone. Upload from devices camera roll, markup, stamp, save, submit, and export official documents to your device.
Easy to Use - No Extensive Training Needed
ElectronicExhibits is an easy to use cloud-based platform that doesn’t require extensive training to use. With our friendly 24/7 technical support and our online gallery of videos and user guides, you will be collaborating on digital exhibits in minutes, not hours.
Flexible Paperless Technology
No need to bring banker boxes full of mounds of paper to depositions, trials, hearings, arbitrations, and mediations. Digitally upload files prior to a litigation event, or upload “on-the-fly” as the online event takes place.