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Why Realtime Reporting? It’s not what you think.

Why Realtime Reporting?
As a court reporter and reporting firm owner, I often discuss different technologies with our clients. And in our industry, the technology-based offerings are many.  Realtime, delivering a rough transcript instantaneously during the proceeding to attendees in the room and/or at another location, is obviously a popular subject.  There is no question that there are […]

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5 Tips for Booking a Court Reporter for Your Next Trial

5 Tips for Booking a Court Reporter for Your Next Trial
There have been so many changes in recent years in the California civil courtrooms with the availability of a court reporter.  Although some of the courtrooms do provide court reporters for hearings of less than two hours, many require the attorneys to hire an outside court reporter for the longer hearings or for trial.  We […]

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STAR – Scottsdale

STAR, a Stenograph users group which represents Stenograph, Technology, Agencies, and Reporters, held STARCON16 last week in Scottsdale, Arizona.  The conference was chaired by Wood & Randall President Christine Randall and Rosalie Kramm of Kramm & Associates.  One track of sessions focused on Case CATalyst training while the other track offered a myriad of subject matters including […]

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Court Reporters, The Keepers of the Record – Part 3

Continuing on, let's talk about the rough draft and its use and CCP 2025.540(b). Technology and the use of computer-aided transcription in the court reporting community years ago made it faster than ever to see and capture realtime testimony during a deposition or to easily have a rough draft of the transcript available to litigators at the end of the deposition […]

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Court Reporters, The Keepers of the Record – Part 1

  Recently I have had the opportunity to speak to attorneys and paralegals about some of the issues that court reporters have as “Keepers of the Record.”  After all, the attorney’s job is to make the record, and the court reporter’s job is to preserve or keep it.  Over the next few weeks, I would like […]

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