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Deposition Summaries


Preparing a deposition summary can be time consuming for a litigation paralegal and costlier to the client. For a typical 200 page deposition transcript, it can take a litigation paralegal more than 10 hours to summarize one deposition transcript. We at Aezen Solutions with our dedicated team of medical professional help in time saving with our quick turnaround time. So that you can free your staff for more important work in trial preparation.

We provide there type of summary (Page/Line Summary, Page Summary, Issue Summary).

1. Page/Line Summary: The most common method of summarizing a deposition transcript is the Page/Line Summary. In this you identify the Page/Line range of testimony from each deponent. In a well-drafted summary of this kind, we keep in mind that there is no more than 1 page of summary for every 5 or more pages of testimony.

Our Page/Line identification looks like this:

2. Page summary: This is another method to summarize deposition transcripts that takes the least amount of time.

  • This method is useful for finding the general page range of where particular testimony was within the transcript.
  • The main idea behind this page summary method is that if someone is looking for specific testimony, they are going to want to read the transcript section that discusses that topic in its entirety rather than reading a summary of the testimony so there is no need to do a detailed summary.
  • This summary would give someone enough information to know if they wanted to read the testimony about what happened during the incident then they would want to start at page 40 of the transcript.

3. The issue summary: This type of summary is most helpful when used in a fact-specific case such as labor and employment cases. With and issue summary, you are not summarizing in numeric order by page like the other formats. Instead, your summary is divided into the key issues in the case.

The most common method of summarizing a deposition transcript is the Page/Line Summary.
In the Page/Line Summary, you identify the Page/Line range of testimony from each deponent. In a well-drafted summary of this kind, we keep in mind that there is no more than 1 page of summary for every 5 or more pages of testimony.
Our Page/Line identification looks like this:

The page summary is one method to summarize deposition transcripts that takes the least amount of time.

  • This method is useful for finding the general page range of where particular testimony was within the transcript.
  • The main idea behind this page summary method is that if someone is looking for specific testimony, they are going to want to read the transcript section that discusses that topic in its entirety rather than reading a summary of the testimony so there is no need to do a detailed summary.
  • This summary would give someone enough information to know if they wanted to read the testimony about what happened during the incident then they would want to start at page 40 of the transcript.

The issue summary

  • This type of summary is most helpful when used in a fact-specific case such as labor and employment cases. With and issue summary, you are not summarizing in numeric order by page like the other formats. Instead, your summary is divided into the key issues in the case.
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