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WHAT TO CONSIDER BEFORE SCHEDULING A DEPOSITION

When scheduling a deposition, here are 4 key considerations to take into account. [Read more...]


REALTIME COURT REPORTING

Realtime reporting is the process of immediately transforming a court reporter’s shorthand notes into readable narratives. [Read more...]


"OFF THE RECORD" AND THE COURT REPORTER

Court reporters have an obligation to record everything that is said. In fact, they cannot stop recording the deposition unless all counsel involved agree to go “off the record.” [Read more...]


6 SKILLS OF SUCCESSFUL AND EFFECTIVE COURT REPORTING STUDENTS

Regardless of whether a court reporter is new or has been reporting for decades, court reporters consistently work on a multitude of skills in order to be successful and effective. In this post, we’ll cover a few of the skills great court reporters strive to develop.[Read more...]


TIPS FOR FOSTERING A GOOD COURT REPORTER-ATTORNEY RELATIONSHIP 

​Most law firms that take depositions on a regular basis choose to establish a relationship with one court reporting firm. This relationship should be based on mutual respect. Here are three areas on how to foster a good court reporter/attorney relationship. [Read more...] 


3 COMMON COURT REPORTING PROBLEMS

​If attorneys and witnesses are not speaking audibly, the court stenographer will need to seek immediate clarification. Here are 3 common reporting problems court stenographers encounter and how you may see them fix the situation. [Read more...] 


THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF A DEPOSITION INTERPRETER

An interpreter for a deposition or any legal proceeding is needed to help place the non-English speaking parties on equal ground with those who do speak or understand English.[Read more...]


A HISTORY OF REALTIME REPORTING

Court reporters have been using realtime technology for the last few decades. Learn about the evolution and adoption of realtime reporting technology in this blog article. [Read more...]


3 REASONS TO USE VIDEOCONFERENCING FOR DEPOSITIONS [INFOGRAPHIC]

​Here are 3 compelling reasons to use videoconferencing for depositions. [Read more...] 


​BENEFITS OF VIDEO DEPOSITIONS

​Videotaping of depositions was first allowed under Fed. R. Civ. P. 30 in 1993. At that time, there were many skeptics of this technology. However, time has proven its effectiveness at trial. [Read more...] 


​WHY SKYPE ISN'T A GOOD OPTION FOR VIDEOCONFERENCE DEPOSITIONS

Although it may appear like a more convenient and cost-effective option, using Skype for videoconference depositions may not actually be the best option for legal proceedings like depositions. [Read more...]


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