When you think of legal support, you probably think of court recorders, deposition videographers and transcriptionists, but what about conference rooms?
A reliable, secure place to work is an obvious and necessary aspect of legal support. If you’re lucky, you have access to a private conference room with all the necessary components, such as state-of-the-art A/V equipment and video conferencing. However, many people aren’t that fortunate.
That’s where truly comprehensive legal support services come into play. You should have the option to rent a conference room any time for a fair price, or it should be included when you book other legal support services.
However, not all conference rooms are created equally. What you need is a conference room designed explicitly for legal services. Here’s why.
What goes on in legal conference rooms can be detrimental to a case if it’s leaked. Well-insulated walls are critical.
It’s also important to have the ability to book rooms on short notice, or to use them during off hours, like the middle of the night or on holidays. You never know when you will get a chance to interview that expert witness, or when you’ll need to record some last-minute testimony.
You also have to keep in mind the challenge of getting all your key experts and witnesses in one room (even if it’s virtually). For this, you’ll need the latest A/V equipment and technology. Maybe you require video or phone conferencing for multiple countries, or perhaps you need a certified court videographer who’s readily available and in the same building.
Choosing a legal-leaning conference room ensures you have exactly what you need at a fair price.
Location Is Key
You’ll also want a conference room that’s conveniently located. For example, if your business is based in downtown Salt Lake City, you don’t want to be driving out to Murray simply to use your rented conference room. Ample parking and nearby amenities such as restaurants, 24/7 convenience stores and fuel stations are also paramount, and the building should be easy to find (for all those out-of-towners who might be coming in for the meeting),
Conferences are becoming more virtual by the year, and you must keep pace with the electronics. Your conference room might be a space for you to plan your next argument, but you also could use it to tap resources around the globe. This is home base for you, and it also should serve as a professional space to meet with your contacts from around the country and overseas.
In SLC, depend on DepoMaxMerit Litigation Services for all your legal support needs, including top-of-the-line conference rooms outfitted with all the amenities you can imagine.