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Get Your Attorneys In Synch at Depos with CaseViewNet
November 4, 2019
The word from court reporters is that these days they use CaseViewNet, more than LiveNote or any other program, to provide a real-time feed to attorneys at depositions. The software can be downloaded for free here. A version exists for both Windows and iPads. With internet access a real-time feed can be received anywhere.
The reporter's feed can be connected in one of three ways:
1. In the connection wizard, select 'Direct (Serial)' if you are using a serial cable. You will be prompted to set a COM port and a baud rate. The COM ports in use are listed in Windows device manager. The most common baud rate is 2400.
2. An internet connection can be accessed with a six character session code. The reporter will also need to provide you with a password so you can successfully log in.
3. If you are on the same network as the court reporter, you can connect via the Network option. A password will still be required.
If you are using Lexis TextMap, CaseView should already be installed.