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The Future of Litigation Finance for Plaintiff’s Attorneys

As an attorney, you invest in your case to ensure the best outcome for your clients. If your cases ...
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Legal Tech Trends That Will Shape the Industry in 2022

At the start of 2021, after 10 months of adjusting to the realities of the pandemic, remote work ...
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Tackling Innovation: Why Steno’s UX Solutions Dominate in the Antiquated Legal Technology Industry

Editor's Note: Steno was founded in 2018 by a trial attorney, a computer engineer, and an ...
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The Integrated Court Reporting Solution That You Didn’t Know Could Exist: Announcing Steno’s Integration with Litify

Lawyers often rely on a myriad of vendors and partners for software, finance, and litigation ...
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We Raised $10M to Continue Improving the Litigation Process For You

We are pleased to announce that Steno has completed our Series A1 round of funding led by Trust ...
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Advancements in Virtual Deposition Technology Are Here to Stay

Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the court reporting industry was embracing changes to the way ...
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Why We Offer Deferred Payment Options For Your Litigation Fees

A year has passed since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Courts and legal practitioners are still dealing ...
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How to Prepare Your Case and Win Your Trial With Focus Groups

Understanding how your jurors think about your case and react to your arguments is like getting a ...
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Stop Relying on Demographics in Jury Selection

If you’re still relying on demographics, even a little bit, during jury selection, stop and dig ...
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The Importance of Choosing Your Words Wisely in Jury Trials

If you know me, you know how strongly I feel that facts don’t win trials by themselves and don’t ...
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Why Juror Bias Is As Important As Your Evidence

One of the most common and fatal miscalculations made in trial strategy is relying heavily on the ...
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Your Guide to Winning Over a Jury with Trust and Credibility

The more trials and mock jury deliberations I observe and the more actual jurors I interview after ...
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The court reporting you need. The service you deserve.

When running a law firm, you have a lot on your mind: your cases, your clients, your cash flow. You need to meet your deadlines, work up your cases, and generate new business. So the last thing on your mind should be worrying about the details of depositions. Don’t let financing or technical hurdles stand in your way.