VIDEOCONFERENCING SERVICES

Connecting you without limits.

Portable. Reliable. Secure.

 

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Due to the current travel restrictions, we are waiving any access fees associated with videoteleconferences or telephone conferences for the foreseeable future.

*Please note videoconferencing and videoteleconferencing services will be waived
when utilizing an Alaris-affiliated court reporter or staff member.

VIDEOCONFERENCING SERVICES

VIDEOCONFERENCING SERVICES

Your Team. Your Case.
Anywhere in the World.

Take your deposition or host your mediation remotely, from anywhere in the world.
With our secure mobile videoconferencing platform your 
depositions and mediations don't need to be put on hold.

All Alaris locations and globally networked firms have technically-enhanced conference rooms available and equipped for videoconferencing - whether meeting participants are a thousand miles away or just across town. See our blog for best practices when preparing for a videoconference and this article related to legal videoconferencing best practices. Click here to download our videoconferencing FAQs.

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Videoconferencing Features

With Alaris Videoconferencing Services, you can connect with the deposition witness, the court reporter and other parties remotely, saving the time, cost and hassle associated with travel. Alaris quickly and easily connects all your participants through our secure, global videoconferencing services, including mobile and video/text streaming capabilities. Other benefits of our videoconferencing services include:

  • Screen sharing
  • Content sharing
  • Exhibit display and markup tools
  • Remote collaboration on legal documents
  • Secure private chat feature
  • Recording
  • Multiple viewing options
  • Eliminate travel time and expense
  • Convenience and improved efficiency
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Mobile Videoconferencing 

In addition to providing fixed-site videoconferencing, Alaris also provides secure, web-based mobile videoconferencing for instances when participants are not able to be present at one of our meeting facilities. This allows you to connect team members and other participants via their computers and mobile devices no matter where they are in the world.

Take advantage of the convenience and practicality of mobile videoconferencing to manage a wide variety of meeting needs including:

  • Deposing busy expert witnesses
  • Collaborating with your legal team across multiple offices
  • Connecting with co-counsel in different locations
  • Accommodating witnesses who are confined to home or a healthcare facility
  • Conferring with litigation consultants
  • Virtual Mediation
  • Presenting expert witness testimony at trial

Interested in information about Online Dispute Resolution Options?

During the current pandemic, Alaris ADR continues to offer the same high level of service and commitment to our clients.

Alaris ADR offers online dispute resolution (ODR) for all mediations and arbitrations.  The breakout room feature within our videoconferencing platform offers the same level of privacy and confidentiality you can expect from an in-person mediation. Recording, document and screensharing capabilities offer a convenient and accessible option for arbitrations.

We are happy to answer your questions and offer tutorials for those who are unfamiliar with how the online platform functions. It truly is user-friendly, we will gladly set up a demonstration. Please email ADR@alaris.us or contact Jennifer Matthew at 314.365.7230 to schedule a mediation or arbitration or request a tutorial.

Interested in a demo?

To learn more and see our legal video services in action, please email scheduling@alaris.us or call us at 800.280.3376 for a free, no obligation demonstration that only takes a few minutes.

Videoconferencing Features
Videoconference FAQs
What is a remote deposition?

This technology allows you to participate in a deposition remotely from your home, office or anywhere that has a high-speed internet connection.  

What equipment do I need to participate in a remote deposition?

You can access a deposition via a Windows or Mac laptop/desktop. You can also use a smart device such as cell phones and tablets.  Most modern laptops have a built-in camera and a microphone. If your device does not have a microphone, you can join the meeting by phone for an audio connection. You will also need a high-speed connection to the internet.

Is there special software to install?

If you are using a desktop computer you may join through a browser window. If you are joining through a smart device, you simply need to download the free application from the app store that will be provided to you upon scheduling.

How is “Live Stream” different from Videoteleconference (VTC)?

Live stream is a one-way communication. You will be able to see the deposition and hear it but not be a part of the deposition. Videoteleconferencing is two-way communication allowing you to participate in the deposition.

Testimonials

Completed my first remote mediation today and cannot believe how well it worked.  None of the participants were in the same physical location but the tech was good enough for my clients to make a real connection with the mediator.  Alaris & Jen Matthew were there for us before, during & after the mediation and we had zero hiccups or problems - 1 click and you and your clients are in, they take care of the rest.  It was the mediator’s first time using Zoom and Alaris’s training was so perfect it felt like he was a pro.  My clients and I had a virtual private room where we could talk freely and the mediator popped in and out like usual letting us talk about the next move privately when needed and all together when it was beneficial.  Can’t thank Alaris and Jen Matthew enough for keeping my case on track despite all the challenges.  Don’t be afraid - just do it!

- Attorney—St. Louis, MO

Videoconferencing for depositions where all parties and witnesses are remote was logistically easy and glitch free.    

- Attorney—St. Louis, MO 

Easy to set up. Easy to join the meeting. No technical problems.   

- Attorney—Little Rock, AR