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Litivate Reporting + Trial Services helps you execute in the moment of need while anticipating what comes next. Uniquely designed by a team of litigation experts, our fully integrated suite of services ensure a self-executing, seamless journey through the litigation process.

  • COURT REPORTING

    Litivate's court reporting services blend technology with know-how to give your litigation team an edge.

  • E-DISCOVERY

    Litivate connects you with invaluable discovery materials where and when you need them.

  • TRIAL PRESENTATION

    From litigation war rooms to complex multimedia presentations, Litivate provides the trial preparation and support services you need.

  • LITIGATION GRAPHICS

    Litivate's innovative graphics services make complex concepts simple to understand.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

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  • The staff sets Litivate apart from any other providers I have worked with. Their operations, calendar, and sale representatives provide guidance when I have questions – they are smart and know their business inside and out. In my experience they get it right every time.

    Margo C. Banowicz - Litigation Secretary, The Veen Firm
  • I was brought in on a complex case with a large volume of documents which I needed to review in a short time frame. With 72 hours to review literally millions of pages, Litivate’s intuitive e-discovery product, DISCO, saved the day and helped me locate precisely what I needed. I truly believe my use of DISCO was instrumental throughout the case. DISCO is fast, accurate and easy to navigate – by far the best e-discovery program I have ever used.

    Julie Corbo-Ridley - Attorney, Hurst & Hurst
  • I consider Litivate’s trial techs a critical component to my litigation practice. They draw upon their significant experience in legal and hours spent in the court room to provide consultancy at every level. I include Litivate early on in the process as they contribute to substantive case theme and theory development as well as pre-trial visual strategy. When called upon in court, evidence is displayed to the jury, with flawless execution.

    Dennis A. Schoville, Attorney