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
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their offices.
7805 S.W. 6th Court Suite 51, Plantation, FL 33324
Court reporting is an essential aspect of any attorney’s case. Memory is an unreliable thing to base a case around—especially when a case extends over the course of several months. This is where court reporters come in to play. These litigation professionals eliminate the guesswork by recording highly accurate transcripts exactly as they are said while they are being said in a deposition or trial.
In Phoenix, Arizona, there are few court reporting firms who have withstood the test of time. The legal field is crucial, certainly, but too many firms don’t stay up to date with the latest in technology and services, so they slip between the cracks. Coash & Coash is not one of these firms.
For nearly 40 years, Coash & Coash has been a staple in the Phoenix legal world. Whether their clients need top-of-the-line court reporters or the most current legal videography services, these Phoenix court reporters have their back. The standard of reporting is high. The firm was founded by Gerard T. Coash (a certified LiveNote Reporter and Merit Reporter) and Meri Coash (a certified Realtime and Registered Merit Reporter).
The firm has continued to push forward excellence as the years have gone on. To this day, Jerry Coash works to hone and perfect his skills. Recently, the court reporting titan has ensured his skills were as tightly-knit as possible by making sure he practiced his skills for at least 30 minutes for 1,000 consecutive days. That, alone, proves the level of dedication past and present clients have come to expect from the staff at Coash & Coash.
“Mr. Coash’s dedication to his craft sets a tone for the level of passion the rest of his staff members put forward,” Brandon Bell, an expert from Oak Park, Illinois, says. “When a guy is so dedicated to his work, it makes a huge impact on the entire business.”
For more information on Coash & Coash and their stellar staff, (602) 258-1440, email email@example.com, or visit their offices.
Orlando is a bustling and ever expanding town. Businesses come and go at the drop of a dime, it seems, but a few have managed to hold their ground despite the tumultuous waters. Ryan Reporting is one of those few businesses. Established all the way back in 1970, Ryan Reporting has made a name for itself as one of the most respected court reporting firms in all of Central Florida.
Taking the weight off clients’ shoulders
The firm’s longevity can be attributed to a number of factors. Ryan Reporting prides itself in offering top-notch customer service as well as fast and accurate court reporting. A number of litigation services are available—videoconferencing, mediation services, case research, notary services and others. In this vein, Ryan Reporting acts as a “One Stop Shop” for attorneys and paralegals. They also cover a number of areas of practice to fit the needs of any many clients as possible— such as Education Law, Probate Law, Corporate and Securities Law, Immigration Law. Anyone turn to Ryan Reporting in order to fulfill their many legal needs.
Their widespread reach keeps the firm’s name pumping through the beating heart of the Orlando area. A number of communities are happily served by Ryan Reporting— Melbourne, Cocoa Beach, Orange County, Seminole County, Volusia County, Brevard County, and Osceola County. It’s no wonder they are one of Central Florida’s most well-known court reporting firms.
Resources for a client’s best case, every time
Ryan Reporting makes it easy to book any litigation service a client may need. A client can call or email if they desire, but in the digital age, people so often need to do things on the go. This is why Ryan Reporting offers a mobile-friendly booking engine on their website. All a potential client has to do is click on “Request a Service” at the top of the home page, fill in their information and details about the case, and press submit!
A variety of resources are offered to help make the client’s job a little easier. The “FAQ” section answers the many questions a client may have about Ryan Reporting, and court reporting in general. The “Litigation Tips” section hosts a number of pieces on how Ryan Reporting will make a case easier, and “Orlando Legal News” is home to the happenings in the Orlando legal world. The “Court Reporting Section” is full of tips for clients and court reporters on the business, and the “Deposition Checklist” is a downloadable PDF to help clients save time and be efficient when planning their next deposition.
Ryan Reporting is all about making their clients’ lives easier. That is why they offer a number of services, resources, and tips to take some of the stress off a law professional’s shoulders. To contact Ryan Reporting and book a service, call (321) 636-4450, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their offices.
1670 South Fiske Blvd, Rockledge, Florida 32955, USA
As one of the oldest court reporting firm in Cleveland and the United States, Anderson Reporting knows what it takes to make a timely and efficient court reporter. Anderson Reporting’s President, Gayle Anderson, built herself a well-respected career over 30 years of practice, and applies her knowledge of the industry to her business and her potential clients. Dedicated to providing a specialized and personal service, Anderson Reporting stands out among the gray as a firm that truly cares about its patrons.
Booking Made Easy
Their online booking service makes it easy for a client to book a court reporter any time of day. It’s easy to use and easy to navigate—all the client has to do is choose the service they need, fill in the necessary information about the event, and submit a request. In order to help the client know their proposal was received, a confirmation email is sent within 15 minutes of scheduling the service. Many other reporting firms don’t see little details like this as important, but this is the sort of thing clients need to feel individualized and taken care of, which is exactly what Anderson Reporting does.
But court reporting isn’t the only service Anderson Reporting offers. At this point in the game, the firm realizes a one-stop shop is what many busy law professionals need. No one wants to surf dozens of websites to fill each of their requests, so Anderson Reporting offers it all: deposition, hearing, meeting, realtime, videographer, process services, interpreter, video conference, internet stream, and more.
Highly Reputable Affiliations
If longevity doesn’t sell the firm as a competent service, their affiliation with the NNRC guarantees they are the best of the best. The NNRC is a renowned international database for court-reporting services, and only allows firms to become members after an arduous, daunting vetting process. A firm must be timely, professional, and known for quality customer service.
On top of its affiliations with the NNRC, Anderson Reporting has made it pertinent to that it be synonymous with a number of important legal associations in Ohio. Anderson Reporting is the only preferred court reporting company by the Columbus Bar Association. Anderson Reporting also has relations with the Paralegal Association of Central Ohio, the Ohio Court Reporters Association, the Ohio State Bar Association, and even two national associations—the National Court Reporters and the American Bar Association. Each of these organizations are committed to promoting ethical, equal relationships not only with their clients, but their employees.
The Best Customer Service for the Best Clients
Anderson Reporting opens its doors to all types of officials in any area of the law—from civil rights to real estate law. With the knowledge that emergencies happen, Anderson Reporting even allows clients to call the office directly if a court reporter or other service is needed within 24 hours or less. This is something President Anderson says she is proud to offer. It shows that the clients are more than just numbers to make ends meet—they are individuals that Anderson Reporting actually cares about, and wants to help win their case.
For more information, visit their website, call them at (614) 326-0177, or visit their offices!
3242 West Henderson Rd. Suite A Columbus, OH 43220
Cleveland, Ohio is a city with a rich and varied history. It’s legal community is a perfect reflection of the city’s multifarious cultural and historic presence in America. As a gateway to the Midwest, Cleveland maintains a distinctive blend of old-world values and new-world foresight for all things progressive in the business world.
Cleveland court reporters, Cady Reporting, are one of the most respected and renowned of all firms in Ohio’s grandest city. Led by founder and President Chuck Cady, a respected member of the legal community and an active participant in the philanthropic and educational endeavors of Cleveland, Cady Reporting provides services for many of the top law firms across Ohio.
Their services range from court reporting and videoconferencing to trial presentations and subpoena document requests. With offices located in central Cleveland (Western Reserve Building, 1468 West 9th Street, Suite 440, Cleveland, Ohio 44113), Cady also offers conference rooms for meetings and videoconferences with state-of-the-art amenities ranging from ultra high speed wi-fi to high definition video monitors. In addition, Cady Reporting provides all an attorney or law firm needs for their depositions, from transcripts and document repositories to 24/7 mobile bookings.
The firm’s smartphone and tablet-friendly booking engine allows for last-minute schedulings of its services. With Cady Reporting’s memberships and affiliations in many organizations ranging from the National Network Reporting Company to the Ohio Court Reporters Association, the firm is strategically partnered for global service coverage.
Cady Reporting has worked with law firms in all areas of practice, from probates, wills and trusts to business law and medical malpractice. Their expertise and experience make the firm one of the most popular in the city and in the state of Ohio. Because of their strong ties to the Cleveland Community, Cady Reporting is frequently present at community and legal events.