Thomson Reuters Launches Westlaw Case Notebook Portable E-Transcript
First mobile E-Transcript viewer and annotation app for iPad® and iPhone®
EAGAN, Minn., – Thomson Reuters today announced the launch of Westlaw Case Notebook® Portable E-Transcript, providing new versatility in handling E-Transcripts. For the first time, users can access, view, highlight and annotate E-Transcripts anywhere, anytime.
Westlaw Case Notebook Portable E-Transcript is much more than an e-transcript viewer. It allows users to highlight text and create notes while on the go. The app for iPad and iPhone is available for free on the Apple App Store® and can be used without a subscription . Westlaw Case Notebook customers have the added benefit that their notes and annotations can be instantly transferred back to their Westlaw Case Notebook desktop application. Once transferred, the E-Transcripts can be used in combination with other case-related information, such as e-discovery documents, briefs, pleadings, key facts, legal research and more.
Westlaw Case Notebook Portable E-Transcript can receive E-Transcripts from several different sources, including email, Dropbox and iTunes ® .
“Time is of the essence when it comes to reviewing transcripts,” said Kristin Nimsger, managing director and general manager, Litigation, Thomson Reuters. “Westlaw Case Notebook Portable E-Transcript allows you to view, highlight and annotate transcripts as soon as they’re available, no matter where you are. You can read and markup transcripts even while offline, and have them ready to transfer or share with team members as soon as connectivity is restored.“
Westlaw Case Notebook Portable E-Transcript is part of Westlaw Litigator®, the most comprehensive set of integrated tools, services and content that help attorneys be more productive at each stage of a matter and more efficient in creating superior work product.
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