When it comes to court reporting in Michigan, one company truly sets the standard. Established in 1963, Detroit’s Hanson Renaissance Court Reporters has served lawyers across the Great Lakes State for the past six decades. Although headquartered in the Motor City, Hanson has offices in cities across the state, including Ann Arbor, Troy, Bloomfield Hills, Southfield, Novi, Livonia, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Battle Creek, Saint Joseph, Richmond and Mt. Clemens. The company’s court reporters in Detroit work for lawyers at federal courthouses, state courthouses and city courts across the city.
Founded by Gerald Hanson in 1963, Hanson Renaissance Court Reporters has become synonymous with Michigan court reporting in the ensuing decades. The firm, now managed by Gerry Hanson, Jr., employs more than 60 reporters across its offices, providing a variety of support services to Michigan lawyers and law firms across the state. With its wide reach, Hanson Reporting has become the first choice for traveling attorneys when their cases bring them to Michigan, and they need legal support services. The firm’s commitment to excellence and track record of producing results for its clients has enabled it to succeed for the past sixty years.
This family-owned Detroit court reporting company prides itself on excellence and dependability in all of the legal support services it offers to legal professionals. The firm performs transcription services for all types of legal proceedings such as hearings, mediations and trials. The business produces legal videos for clients of depositions, as well as evidentiary videos for use in trial. Hanson Reporting also makes other forms of trial presentation media for use at trial, such as PowerPoint presentations, digital videos, data graphs, photo enlargements, timelines and trial boards.
For additional information about Hanson Renaissance Court Reporters, visit the company’s website at https://hansonreporting.com or call (313) 567-8100. The company’s main office is located at 2111 Woodward Avenue, Suite 1105 in Detroit.
Hanson Renaissance Court Reporters is a member of the NNRC and the Michigan Association of Professional Court Reporters.