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1 iPad Apps for the Lit Support/eDiscovery Professional - Staying Productive Away from your Desk Litigation and Practice Support Peer Group Monday, October 21, :00 p.m. CDT

2 Brett Burney Burney Consultants LLC Cari Matias Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP

3 The Introduction  Mobile Computing is becoming more and more the rule rather than the exception  Introduction of iPad added new mobility options  Introduction of iPad apps added flexibility  Legal-specific applications still in development  Developers for popular review platforms are working on iPad-compatible apps

4 Document Management  Getting documents onto the iPad and organizing them  Searching documents or

5 Document Management  Getting documents onto the iPad: 1.iTunes 2. 3.Dropbox (or some other flavor of cloud, WebDAV server, DMS, etc.)

6 Document Management Apps to manage documents on the iPad GoodReader PDF Expert

7 Document Annotation Apps GoodReaderiAnnotate

8 Document Annotation Apps PDF ExpertAdobe Reader

9 Managing, Summarizing and Searching Transcripts TranscriptPad Westlaw Case Notebook Portable E-Transcript

10 Managing, Summarizing and Searching Transcripts TextMapiCVNet (Realtime)

11 Document Review on the iPad

12 What's been missing most in e-discovery (besides lawyer competence) is the ability to emulate some of the best features of paper records, especially the ability to flip pages fast and riffle documents to gauge their consistency or relevance. Reviewing and sorting e-documents at a workstation just doesn't feel right, and it makes lawyers long for bankers boxes. But if you could flip through evidence on an iPad and use natural gestures to, say, propel non-responsive docs off-screen with a dismissive gesture or slide docs in other directions to sort them as responsive or privileged, document review would feel as natural and efficient as leafing through a stack of paper.

13 Document Review on the iPad  Relativity Binders  Logikcull (web)  Nextpoint (web)  TrialCloud  Digital Strata InControl on the iPad

14 Accessing Virtual Machines from the iPad  When Apps are not available but you have a virtual environment  VMWare App for iPad  Log-in to virtual machine for “firm” desktop

15 Giving Presentations from the iPad  Wired vs. Wireless: Hardware, cables and adapters  Showing PowerPoint presentations on the iPad  Other trial presentation apps

16 Giving Presentations from the iPad: Wired vs. Wireless Wired: More reliable, but slightly boring method. Wireless: Slightly less reliable, but so very cool…

17 Giving Presentations from the iPad: Wired

18 Giving Presentations from the iPad: Wireless Kanex ATV Pro

19 Giving Presentations from the iPad: PowerPoint SlideShark

20 Trial Presentation on the iPad Trial Director for iPadTrialPad

21 Questions?


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