Monthly Archives: June 2013

Transcribing Wire Tap Recordings for Legal Purposes

Wiretapping involves recording and monitoring telephonic/voice/mobile/internet conversations. Government agencies have the right to record these conversations with a view to collecting evidence related to homicide, burglary, fraud, money laundering and terrorism based crimes. For legal purposes, these recorded conversations need to be transcribed accurately so that they can be presented in court as material evidence. … Continue reading Transcribing Wire Tap Recordings for Legal Purposes

Law Office Recordings Transcription – Need for Professionalism

Many business establishments strike business agreements via phones and they record these conversations for future reference. Recording of conversations become necessary when a client is physically absent and these recordings play a significant role in solving legal issues related to businesses. Accurate and quality transcription of law office recordings is an absolute necessity and requires … Continue reading Law Office Recordings Transcription – Need for Professionalism

Slow, but Sure Impact of Technology on the Legal Industry

Though the process has been slow, technology has revolutionized the practice of law. The present day legal practice utilizes advanced technologies such as videoconferencing, legal video, presentation technologies, online document storage and real time court reporting. Technology cannot but advance, and it is very likely to bring in remarkable changes in the way legal offices … Continue reading Slow, but Sure Impact of Technology on the Legal Industry