Credit: Arizona Law
(Folsom, California) July 31, 2019
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce their new areas of practice page. It is important to the dedicated staff at the NNRC that their clients receive the best service possible– it is the foundation the company was built on. Timely and accurate reporting is a massive part of that success, but so is complete knowledge of the field. Court reporters who are unfamiliar with an area of practice can weigh down their case.
When booking through the NNRC, attorneys and paralegals don’t have to worry about that. The firm offers dozens of professionals that specialize in a wide array of areas of practice. The NNRC’s new page on the topic outlines which types of law their court reporting professionals specialize in. Be they a civil rights attorney or an entertainment attorney, the NNRC’s litigation specialists understand the difficult terminology and nuances that come with the case.
“Court reporters are the invisible heroes of the court room,” Jasel Patel of CEO of NGOTechnologies Princeton, New Jersey says. “I don’t think people realize just how valuable a good court reporter can be—especially one that specializes in a variety of areas of practice. Reporters who do that can help for a successful case, and firms that employ these court reporters are staples of the legal world.”
It takes a special type of litigation firm to become a member of the NNRC. The company’s strict vetting process only allows firms with high marks in accuracy, timeliness, and customer service among their ranks. This allows attorneys and paralegals the confidence they need when booking a service. Clients never have to second guess their choice– they receive the best labor in the business every single time, no matter the service requested.
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