Ipro’s Trainers and Consultants are a division of the Professional Services group. Our team is comprised of professionals from a variety of backgrounds in the legal industry. Together, we’ve worked in just about every space within the legal, Litigation Support, and eDiscovery business including law firms, corporate legal departments, service providers, independent business owners and continue reading »

In the previous installment, we reviewed the power of repetition to capture the jury’s attention. If you missed it, be sure to check it out. In this next and final post in the series, we’ll touch on a few more powerful techniques you can use in the courtroom to take your presentation to the next continue reading »

In the previous installment, we discussed the initial approach to capturing the jury’s attention. If you missed it, be sure to check it out.   In this next post, we’ll go over a few more important aspects for not only engaging the jury, but best practices to ensure they understand and remember the critical pieces continue reading »

You or your company just purchased a new software product, and it’s now your task to learn how to use it. To tackle the training, first decide which one of these learning styles are you? The button pusher: I don’t have time for training, so I just jump in, push buttons and see what happens, continue reading »

Today’s Tech Tip comes from a most asked question received on our Ipro Community. Moving your Authorization Server From time to time we get requests on assisting with moving an authorization server. There are many reasons why someone might want to do this, but if you forget to do some small steps, it will result continue reading »

We polled our Support team and Ipro Community to find some common questions our product users had and the best resolution. Check back on Tuesdays for more tech tips to help you make the most of your Ipro investment. Pausing Jobs and How This Could Affect Deduplication: eCapture If you are ever in the situation continue reading »

One of the many powerful tools available for use in litigation is video. Video can be used to tell a story, depict a day in the life of someone, see the actual event happening, see a witness’s demeanor during examination, substitute for a witness who cannot attend the trial in person, impeachment and the list continue reading »

The rights of Americans are constantly in the news lately. Often the discourse questions if the rights supersede any potentially damaging effects, such as gun control and Second Amendment Rights. But this article is about The First Amendment, how it relates to social media use in the workplace and what are the rights of both continue reading »

Working in the law firm setting prior to becoming a Trainer/Trial Tech gave me a better sense of direction and understanding that, to be successful in this field, you must know how to manage your case before you even step foot in the courtroom. Training attorneys, paralegals, consultants, videographers, and court reporters every day has given continue reading »

In our experience, one of the main things many trial teams have trouble with is naming case files on the computer. The names they use for their files are too descriptive and long. For example, many attorneys use either a short or long description, sometimes even full sentences, as a file name as seen below. continue reading »