RealLegal Reports Record Highs of Electronic Court Transcripts Used with Surety’s AbsoluteProof
Surety announced today that its partner, RealLegal, the market leader in technology to standardize, secure, and transmit electronic transcripts, has recorded an all-time high usage of the combination of RealLegal’s E-Transcript Signatures and Surety’s AbsoluteProof, which together allow users to seal and digitally time-stamp their electronic transcripts.
In May of this year, RealLegal reported that the E-Transcript Signature Service has been adopted by 300 reporting agencies and 2,000 individual court reporters across the country, and has sealed more than 45,000 transcripts. The combined solution of RealLegal E-Transcript Signatures™ and Surety’s AbsoluteProof® service certifies the accuracy and authenticity of legal transcripts, seals them with a verifiable timestamp and author identification, and prevents tampering and forgeries.
By partnering with Surety and leveraging its AbsoluteProof solution, RealLegal has introduced a reliable way to secure highly sensitive content from depositions and court proceedings. When court reporters use RealLegal software to prepare and submit transcripts, they can apply their signatures to verified documents with a single click of the computer mouse, simply and easily gaining the security advantages of AbsoluteProof. Once time and date stamped, attorneys or any regulatory body can validate that documents generated inside RealLegal software and sealed with an E-Transcript Signature have never been tampered, thus proving the authenticity of the original electronic copy.
Read the press release here.