D eposition summaries are an important part of the testimony transcript review process. Although they are not meant to replace reading full transcripts, deposition summaries provide objective and concise outlines or synopses of the most salient points of deposition transcripts. Summarizing lengthy deposition testimony into succinct summaries can save attorney time and reduce case costs.
Deposition transcripts often run to hundreds of pages and our clients use our expertise to help analyze this large volume of information. We assist our clients by preparing deposition transcripts and summarizing the pertinent parts of deposition testimony, which eliminates the strain on resources for firms and in-house legal departments.
It also allows these summaries to be prepared in the most time-efficient manner – with attorneys on our team working on summaries while our clients continue to prepare for depositions or litigation. They are tailored to clients’ needs and can be