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23 THE AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE Continuing Legal Education TrialPad for Lawyers Cosponsored with the ABA Law Practice Division September 19, 2013 Video Webcast Recorded on September 10, 2013 TrialPad for Lawyers - Answers to Registrant Questions 9/19/13 24 TrialPad for Lawyers September 19, 2013 Registrant Questions Question: If I make a document a key document because of a redaction (for example), does that create another copy of the document or does it change the existing document in the file? Answer: It essentially creates another copy of the document. So in your example, if you redact an exhibit and make it a key document, you can then go back to the original exhibit and clear the redaction, and the key document will still show the redacted area. Question: once you create a document on the whiteboard how do you mark it as an exhibit? Answer: Once you create the whiteboard, find it in your file list on the left (in the root folder, at the bottom of your folders and files). Press the Edit button at the top and then select the Whiteboard so the checkbox is highlighted to its left. Then press the Rename button at the bottom. The box that appears will allow you to name and place an exhibit sticker on the whiteboard. Question: Will multimedia feature work for just audio files? Answer: The multimedia area works for both audio and video files. Keep in mind that whether you use audio or video, they need to be in a format supported by the iPad. Question: Can you bookmark a place on a video with Trial Pad? Answer: No - the closest you can come is to make video clips, so you can show only a part of a video. Question: What work-arounds have either of you developed for being able to make full use of TrialPad features / utility in courtrooms w/o good (or any) A/V capabilities? (ie., bring your own flat screens? printers? etc.?) Answer: If you encounter a court with poor / no audio/visual capabilities (make sure you find this out sooner than later - you don’t want to show up on the day of trial and learn it for the first time), the following is what we consider the minimum requirements to create your own setup: • iPad • LCD Projector (make sure it has an HDMI port if you want to use Apple TV) • Adapters - VGA (if your projector doesn’t have HDMI), or a VGA to HDMI adapter (so you can use Apple TV with a VGA projector - the Kanex Pro is a good option) • VGA extension cable - extra cables to make sure you have enough between counsel table and the projector’s location • Apple TV (if you have a projector with HDMI output or a VGA-to-HDMI adapter 25 • Speakers and cable - you will need to plug speakers into your iPad in order to play depositions or other audio files. • Projector Screen Question: Could you give us a verbal description of how one would use TrialPad during a closing argument integrating exhibits, video clips, filing in verdict forms, adding up damage elements, etc. without the jury seeing you "read"? Answer: The best way to do this is to mark those exhibits and video clips you want to use in closing as Key Documents as you proceed through the trial. You will also want to create a jury verdict form and any other documents you want to use in closing and make them Key Documents as well. In the Key Documents area, you can press Edit and arrange exhibits, videos and other documents in the order you want to cover them during closing. Then when time for Closing Argument comes, just press Key Docs, and all the documents / videos you want to cover should be there on the left, in the order you want to present them. Question: wont a large case with many depositions and documents have more info than can fit on an ipad, even the one with the most memory -- is this a limitation for large commercial cases? Answer: It will depend on how much video you intend to use, because that will take up the most space. However, if your case is document-intensive, the TrialPad team has found that it is possible to store and display thousands of exhibits on a 16GB iPad. To be safe, you’ll want to use a 128GB iPad, to make sure you have the most capacity. Another workaround is to bring a wireless portable hard drive with you to court - you can store additional documents on them, and wirelessly transfer them to the iPad if you happen to need them during trial. We have not heard of any reports of lawyers who couldn’t use the iPad because of the volume of documents in a case - but that doesn’t mean it can’t happen. There may be very large cases that are not suitable for the iPad, and you’ll want to use a PC-based tool like Sanction or Trial Director. Question: Have you slaved a USB-based printer off of Airport Express and successfully printed from the iPad device? Answer: Tom has not. Question: Can documents made in Whiteboard be renamed and then moved into separate case folders? Can you change presentation backgrounds? Are there remote devices that can advance a presentation file in TrialPad such as a remote mouse? Answer: 1) Yes, you can rename a Whiteboard, and move it to any other case within TrialPad. 2) If you press on the Settings button (the gear icon next to Output at the bottom of the screen), the first option is Background - you can choose between Black, White and Gradient backgrounds. 3) It is not possible to remotely control TrialPad - to do that, there would need to be a dedicated “TrialPad Remote” app that you could run from an iPhone, similar to the Keynote Remote that works with Apple’s Keynote presentation software. 2 STATE MCLE CONTACTS Alabama Ms. Angela Parks Director Regulatory Programs Alabama State Bar 415 Dexter Avenue PO Box 671 Montgomery, AL 36101 334/269‐1515 334/261‐6310 FAX email@example.com/ www.alabar.org Alaska Ms. Mary Ellen Ashton MCLE Administrator Alaska Bar Association th 550 W. 7 Avenue, Ste 1900 Anchorage, AK 99501 907/263‐1841 907/272‐2932 FAX firstname.lastname@example.org www.alaskabar.org Arizona Ms. Carolyn de Looper Membership Administration & Services Manager State Bar of Arizona th 4201 N. 24 Street, Ste 100 Phoenix, AZ 85016‐6266 602/340‐7327 602/271‐4930 FAX email@example.com www.azbar.org Arkansas Ms. Dana L. 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