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3 Places to Eat in Visalia

3 places to eat in Visalia
I recently traveled to Visalia for some work and really had no idea where to eat. Often times I go out of town, I try to get some recommendations, but it’s sometimes hard when you don’t have an understanding of where exactly you are, when you don’t travel to that town very often. I tend […]

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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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Telephonic Depositions: California Code of Civil Procedure 2025.310

Telephonic Depositions: California Code of Civil Procedure 2025.310
Let’s face it, there are a lot of California Codes that have to be recognized for the purpose of a deposition. It’s helpful to occasionally have a refresher on the rules of the deposition so everyone’s day can go more smoothly and the deposition time is used efficiently. CCP 2025.310 states this: CCP 2025.310 (a) A […]

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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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