Laws Reporting, a premiere court reporting firm in Miami, is pleased to announce their new page on remote depositions and videoconferencing. During our current global health crisis, remote depositions are more important now than ever. In order for legal teams to continue social distancing while proceeding with their case, attorneys need technology that can connect them over a secure server.
When attorneys schedule a remote deposition service with Laws Reporting, they can expect crisp audio and visuals, video and text options for remote attendees, and the high-quality Miami court reporters they trust. With Laws, attorneys’ remote deposition services will run smoothly and efficiently all while in the comfort and safety of their home.
“A lot of businesses in big cities miss the mark for what their clients need,” Jasel Patel, CEO of NGOTechnologies says. “Laws Reporting has found that sweet spot between big city expectations, and small city personalization and standard of customer service. They are truly a force to be reckoned with.”
Client needs are of the utmost importance for the staff at Laws Reporting. Along with their top-tier court reporting service, Laws offers a host of litigation support services. Whether a client requires a videographer, transcription service, translation service, internet streaming, Spanish-speaking court reporters, and so much more, Laws Reporting is there to offer their unmatched support. They are the one-stop-shop for attorneys and legal professionals across South Florida.
For more information on Laws Reporting, call (305) 358-2700, email email@example.com, or fill out this contact form.
7805 S.W. 6th Court, Suite 51, Plantation, FL 33324
For people who aren’t non-essential workers, the new normal is to work from home. Entire legal firms are forced to operate from their respective dining room tables in order to keep everyone safe and healthy. In a way, this might seem ideal– one would be able to get their work done in a far more efficient manner without constant distractions, right?
Perhaps this is partially true, but a massive part of an attorneys work must be done around others. Meetings with partners, co-counsels, witnesses, and clients are what truly propel the course of law forward. Exchanging emails don’t work. Phone calls between two people aren’t bad, but when that number goes to three, four, five, or even more, it can be difficult to discern who said what. Attorneys need a better solution.
Ohio court reporting firms are working to provide that solution. Top professionals like the Columbus court reporters at Anderson Reporting have the tools to give attorneys exactly what they need. For 30 years, attorneys in the Columbus area have turned to the skilled litigation support professionals at Anderson Reporting for each and every one of their litigation needs. With a dedication to customer needs, quality service, and providing top-tier technology, clients can be confident their case is in good, capable hands.
“Unbelievable handling of a last-minute video deposition,” one client says. “The great team at Anderson Reporting pulled a videographer and reporter out their hats and were on the record in just over an hour after our emergency call. Very impressive service!”
The technology Anderson Reporting utilizes allows them to be there for their clients in a time when they cannot be there physically. Anderson offers their clients remote deposition services, which allows them to connect with their legal teams and witnesses “face-to-face” without leaving the comfort of their homes. Anderson Reporting utilizes technology that will only produce the highest quality video and audio with a good internet connection. Each conversation takes place over a secure server, so clients don’t have to worry about the state of their vital information.
Attorneys can even continue to work with their favorite Columbus court reporters from home. Anderson’s court reporters can still take part in a deposition and provide clients a complete, quality transcript. This allows clients to have a key tool for reviewing in the palm of their hands.
“The health and safety of our clients and employees is the most important aspect of our business,” President Gayle Anderson says, and that rings true in the work they provide for their remote clients.
Attorneys are not the sole professional who win clients’ cases. They are responsible for presenting the facts and swaying the jury, which is certainly a difficult task, but there are a lot of moving parts that help attorneys present the best version of their case possible. Legal teams are made up of a number of professionals who preform different jobs in order to help the case thrive.
Among those professionals are court reporters. Many hear the title and can’t possibly conceive what a court reporter might do during a trial. Others simply think that court reporters sit in the back of the room with a tiny laptop and type up what was said. While that description is the most basic description of a court reporter’s responsibilities possible, it is a description nonetheless. Court reporters are tasked with recording what was said, exactly how it was said, as it is said. This means that court reporters must be able to type upwards of 200 words a minute– about five times more than the average person can type a minute.
Part of this ability comes from talent, and part of it comes from mastering the stenograph– the machine court reporters use in the court room or deposition. Unlike a normal keyboard, stenographs are arranged phonetically, which allows reporters to record sounds instead of “real English” and produce words more quickly. Court reporters then have to go back and translate what was said in a pristine transcript for attorneys, so that it can be referenced at a later date. These transcripts need a quick turn-around, because attorneys can’t afford to sit around waiting.
Court reporters need to be as timely, efficient, and accurate as possible so that the discourse of law can move smoothly. When a court reporter can’t deliver on these needs, everyone suffers– paralegals, attorneys, and their clients. Attorneys must choose who is a part of their legal team wisely, so they aren’t left wanting more.
As one of the legal hubs of Texas, Houston is home to a plethora of legal services. Court reporting firms are peppered across the surrounding area, giving attorneys a wide variety of options to choose from. Attorneys who have been in the business long enough know that not two firms are created equal. Some just rise above the rest, give it their dedication to quality, their top-tier technology, their customer service, or some combination of all three. In Houston, there is really only one firm that has the professionals, technology, and customer service that attorneys need.
Hanna & Hanna Certified Court Reporting and Video Specialists have been the go-to Houston court reporters for nearly 30 years. After functioning as a key part of arbitrations, hearings, complex patent litigation, and so many more diverse cases, the staff at Hanna & Hanna understand what it takes to not only provide the best service in the business, but how to anticipate the needs of their clients. The family-owned business prides itself on offering clients the best technology in the business and an unparalleled level of customer service. They are small enough to know each client by name, but large enough to cover proceedings, no matter where in the world they occur.
Some cases require different types of court reporters. The unique certifications court reporters can strive to achieve give them a more precise skillset that can be used in a number of different applications. At Hanna & Hanna, the staff employs a variety of court reporting professionals. Attorneys can book Certified Realtime Reporters, Certified Livenote Reporters, Certified Live Deposition Reporters and Certified Legal Video Specialists.
Every service Hanna & Hanna has incorporated into their business has been with the needs of their clients in mind. It has become commonplace for court reporting firms to operate as full-service litigation support firms, and Hanna & Hanna is no exception to this rule. When an attorney books a service through the Hanna & Hanna, they can schedule just about any legal service they need. Along with normal court reporting, clients can schedule a realtime reporter– one who can hookup their stenographs to a laptop or projection screen and display their transcript in realtime. This allows attorneys, the judge, and jury to follow along with legal proceedings exactly as they happen. Attorneys can also schedule Hanna & Hanna’s legal video specialists, who can record legal proceedings with the best technology in the business, guaranteeing crisp audio and visuals every time.
The firm has a network of reporters and videographers across the glove to ensure their clients have the best service no matter where they travel, allowing attorneys to have the level of service they’ve come to expect anywhere in the world. Their realtime streaming service also attorneys to be a part of distance cases without the expenses and trouble of travel. Attorneys can examine the witness clear audio and visuals and through secure chatrooms.
They are fully aware that sometimes mistakes and emergencies happen. Sometimes, the opposing counsel might forget to schedule a reporter or videographer. Many court reporting firms would say the legal team is out of luck. At Hanna & Hanna, they can still schedule a service. By emailing firstname.lastname@example.org at any time of day with one’s request, they will promptly receive a return email or phone call to get things settled.
In the world of law, court reporting is absolutely crucial. Without court reporters, attorneys wouldn’t be able to recall the important details of a case-post trial or deposition. The transcripts provided by court reporting professionals are an invaluable resource, and in Houston, Texas, that resource comes in the form of Hanna & Hanna Certified Court Reporting and Video Specialists.
For more information on Hanna & Hanna, call (713) 840-8484, email email@example.com, or visit their offices.
8582 Katy Freeway, Suite 105, Houston, Texas 77024
Las Vegas court reporting firm, Envision Legal, takes the health and safety of their clients and staff very seriously. The firm closely follows the updates and advice given by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) when considering how to move forward with business in this difficult time. The staff practices high levels of sanitation and disinfection in an effort to keep everyone as healthy as possible.
With all the uncertainty surrounding the virus, Envision Legal understands the fear an attorney may have when considering proceeding with one’s case. Beyond that fear, travel restrictions can cause more problems for legal teams that want to get together to continue the course of law. To help combat that problem, Envision Legal is pleased to offer remote depositions.
Remote depositions, or the Envision Live Streaming service, allows everyone involved in the case to meet and participate in the legal proceedings no matter where in the world they are. Whether retreating in the safety of their personal office or the comfort of their home, clients can hear everything that is said and participate in the proceedings without being in the same room.
Envision Legal can provide the that equipment attorneys, paralegals, and the rest of the legal team may need to better participate in these online legal proceedings. With the encrypted system, clients can be confident that everything shared– be it video or documents– is totally safe.
For more information on these online services and the firm as a whole, call (702) 805-4800, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their offices.
700 South 3rd Street, RMCM Building – 1st floor, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Laws Reporting is pleased to announce their feature on Top 10 Wizard. The publication regularly posts articles that reveal the best of the best across a number of industries—from weight loss, to law. The businesses included on Top 10 Wizard are companies that have proven their worth time and time again due to their hard work and customer service. Laws Reporting was included in a post titled “Top 10 Legal Resources in Miami.” For attorneys and paralegals in Miami, or south Florida in general, this is a list that cannot be missed.
For nearly 45 years, Laws Reporting has served the Miami area with unparalleled dedication. In a big city like Miami, it is all too easy to be forgotten about in the shuffle of clients. When an attorney books a service through Laws Reporting, this is something they never have to worry about. The staff at Laws Reporting serves their clients with big city resources and small city customer service. Their clients are more they just numbers—they are individuals with unique needs that require personalized treatment.
“Great family owned business and the customer service shows,” one client says. “Very responsive to email and easy to schedule. I use them at my firm and will continue to do so.”
Attorneys can book any litigation support service they can think of through Laws Reporting. The firm has specialists in the usual categories—such as videography and trial support—but they also offer more unique support services that many court reporting firms do not. At Laws, attorneys can schedule translation services, Spanish court reporters, aids of execution, and so much more. With over a dozen litigation support services available, attorneys don’t need to go anywhere else for their legal requirements.
For more information on Laws Reporting, call (305) 358-2700, email email@example.com, fill out this contact form, or visit one of their offices.
Since its conception over 25 years ago, Hanna & Hanna Reporting has made a point to provide the highest quality court reporting equipment to each of their clients. As the years have passed, this desire has wavered changed. These Houston court reporters continue to not only offer the best technology in the industry, but the most recent advances the internet has to offer.
Perhaps what sets them apart from many firms in their area is their variety of booking options. If a potential client desires, they can call the firm toll free, but in this day and age, that isn’t always an option. People are always on the move. Sometimes attorneys don’t have the time to stop what they are doing and make a call during conventional office hours. As a result, the firm developed an “after hours” email that is available any time of day in the event of an emergency. Upon sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org, the client will promptly receive either a phone call or email. This takes some weight off the shoulders of already-stressed attorneys.
The ability to book through email reservation is certainly a plus, but it isn’t the shining gem of the business. Because of their partnership with the National Network Reporting Company (NNRC), a company dedicated to providing a comprehensive database of quality court reporting firms, clients can now book anywhere, anytime, with their 24/7 mobile directory. The process is simple. All a client needs to do select Texas court reporting firms from the drop-down menu, select Houston, and they will immediately be taken to a page on Hanna & Hanna Reporting. It’s easy to then select “book online,” fill in the necessary information, and submit a request.
With the NNRC’s name backing the firm, clients can be confident that they are booking a firm that will fulfill each and every one of their litigation needs. The firm the dedicated to customer service, which is why they offer same-day rough drafts and transcripts in under 24 hours. The business is about making the lives of attorneys easier, and that is precisely what the firm has done with their variety of scheduling options.
Envision Legal is pleased to announce their brand new court reporter F.A.Q. While the court reporting industry isn’t a mystery, many people still have questions about it. This page serves as a guide to the top questions attorneys, paralegals, and regular people may have about court reporting, such as: “How do steno-keyboards work?”, “How many words can court reporters write per minute?”, “How do you become a certified court reporter?”, and “Will court reporters be replaced by recording devices?” In just a few minutes, readers can have a better understanding of the field.
“Envision Legal really goes above and beyond to make their clients feel like individuals with individualized needs,” Philip Gabelli, an expert from Sarasota, Florida says. “Many businesses in major cities like Las Vegas don’t have a grasp on customer service like that. Envision Legal is really something special.
In the city of Las Vegas, and even the entire state of Nevada, there is no better court reporting firm Envision Legal. For almost 20 years, these Las Vegas court reporters have served Clark County with an unparalleled level of dedication and support. Attorneys from all areas of practice can expect responsive, accurate, and timely reporting from the experienced staff. Paired with one of Envision’s many litigation support services, attorneys know their case will be the best version of itself possible. No matter how big (or small) the case, Envision Legal will gladly undertake the task.
We all know that court reporters help make an attorney’s legal team shine, but what exactly does that mean?
Court reporters help attorneys run their cases as smoothly as possible. By recording the legal proceedings of a deposition or trial as they occur in an easy to read format, attorneys can then use that transcript to shape the following steps of their case. Deposition transcripts allow attorneys to form a solid testimony for their witnesses, but they also allow attorneys to find holes in the opposing counsel’s case. As a result, attorneys can come to trial with an impenetrable defense.
This is especially crucial in areas of law where one’s livelihood is at stake. Take elder law, for example. Elder law can encompass anything from estate planning, to veteran’s benefits, to special needs care. When a parent, spouse, or a loved one needs specialized care or a place to stay, it can be nearly impossible for family to scratch up the funds they need to provide this loved one with proper care. When this happens, families need to turn to elder law attorneys.
“Elder law attorneys give their clients a peace of mind that was likely never thought achievable,” Gagandeep Baidwan, an expert from Wichita Falls, Texas says. “When finances, assets, and quality of life are all in the balance, a good elder law attorney can make a world of difference for not only one’s life, but their peace of mind.”
In Palm Beach County, Florida, where nearly 30 percent of the population are seniors, it is essential there be an elder law attorney who is dedicated to their work. Mark Shalloway is that attorney. For 30 years, Mark Shalloway and his team of devoted attorneys at Shalloway & Shalloway have served the needs of seniors and their families in the Palm Beach area. Whether one requires assistance with living trusts, obtaining Medicaid, medical malpractice, or any other area of practice encompassing elder law, Shalloway and his people will do everything in their power to make sure the client is satisfied. The firm discusses the family’s needs and helps guide them to a plan that works.
But even for experienced attorneys such as Mark Shalloway, it is nearly impossible to remember each and every detail of a client’s case. This is where a court reporter would come in. By sitting in on a meeting, deposition, or trial, court reporters can quickly, accurately, and efficiently recount everything that was said. Court reporters then format the transcript to an easy-to-read document. With this tool, attorneys are able to find exactly what they need. Details won’t be forgotten or left out of the case work. An attorney can use the transcript to form as tight a case as possible.
In the world of elder law—and really, in any area of practice—, having every single necessary detail available is pivotal to not only the success of a case, but to the livelihood of the attorney’s client. Court reporters allow attorneys to act diligently and effectively, both of which propel their work forward. With the help of court reporters, attorneys can get attorneys the resources they so desperately need to live life fully.
Laws Reporting is pleased to announce their new office locations. Since 1976, Laws Reporting has served the Miami area, and all of south Florida, with an unparalleled level of dedication and professionalism. Now, clients won’t have to travel so far to meet with the litigation support specialists they’ve learned to trust. The staff at Laws Reporting is able to meet with their clients in 19 different locations across south Florida. The locations are as followed:
Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Aventura, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Coral Gables, Coral Springs, Delray Beach, Hollywood, Homestead, Key Largo, Key West, Lake Worth, Marathon, Plantation, Port St. Lucie, Stuart, Weston, and West Palm Beach.
No matter where an attorney may be in south Florida, they can meet with the legendary court reporters from Laws Reporting just a hop, skip, and a jump from their own offices. These changes were purely made for the convenience of their clients. That is the basis of what Laws Reporting does: if it can be of benefit to their clients. The court reporting firm does everything in their power to ensure their clients receive the highest quality of reporting possible.
“Laws Reporting offers a level of service and dedication that is unparalleled in Miami,” NGOTechnologies CEO, Jasel Patel, says. “The staff does a half-baked job. They don’t abandon a case once their portion of the work is done. Each case they work is seen through to completion, so to ensure their clients don’t need an unexpected service. That is something few professionals are willing to do, and it really puts them over the edge with quality and professionalism.”
When an attorney or paralegal schedules a court reporting service, or any other litigation service, with Laws Reporting’s top-tier Miami court reporters, they don’t have to worry about whether or not the work will live up to their standards. These legal specialists only provide their clients accurate and efficient reporting, all with a welcoming smile.
For more information Laws Reporting, call (954) 581-4010, email email@example.com, or visit their offices.
7805 S.W. 6th Court Suite 51, Plantation, FL 33324
Coash & Coash is pleased to announce their new page on immigration law. With the current political climate, immigration law is more important now than ever. No matter which side of the argument you fall, it is important to have a quality immigration attorney to back your case. But an attorney is only as good as the litigation team they have behind them. If their court reporter cannot keep up, the case will suffer.
This is why Coash & Coash offer the best court reporters in the business. They fully understand how a transcript can make or break a case. As a result, the hired court reporters are the court reporters that go the extra mile to assist in the progression of their clients’ cases. When an attorney needs a Phoenix court reporter, there is no better place to look.
“Even after 30 years of business, Coash & Coash still comes up on top in the Arizona court reporting scene,” NGOTechnologies CEO, Jasel Patel, says. “They offer clients this level of reporting and business that very few can match. It brings clients back time and time again, and that is the most a business can ask for.”
Each transcript is as accurate as humanly possible and delivered to their clients in a timely fashion. The staff at Coash & Coash pride themselves in providing clients top-notch customer service, because to these litigation professionals, their clients are more than just ends to a mean. They are always just an email or phone call away.