Rod Stewart famously crooned that every picture tells a story. So does every litigation. However, litigation isn’t scripted so it lacks a tidy story arc. Instead, the story may take place in minutes, hours, days, weeks, years, or even decades. The material events may transpire all at once or at different times. The timeline of events is often dispositive. Therefore, creating a visual timeline can help you craft a coherent story that ties everything together for depositions, briefs, and trial.
Read more on the Technolawyer blog about how Timestream helps litigators create interactive timelines and attach supporting evidence to help present their cases.