Hanna & Hanna Reporting is pleased to announce their videoconferencing services. For decades, attorneys and paralegals in the Houston area have come to Hanna & Hanna for their sterling reputation of accuracy and timeliness in court reporting. Now, attorneys in need of a quality videoconferencing service can come to Hanna Reporting and receive that exact same quality of service. Hanna Reporting’s staff uses the latest equipment in the industry so that audio and video are as crisp and clear as possible. In a time where gathering in larger groups is still frowned upon, videoconferencing is a great option.
Attorneys can keep their legal teams and witnesses safe at home all the way to the deposition stage. Hanna & Hanna Reporting is proud to offer their clients remote deposition services. The firm utilizes the best technology in the business to connect attorneys to their staff and certified court reporters over a secure server with crisp audio and visuals.
Over the past several decades Hanna & Hanna Reporting has made a name for itself as one of the best litigation firms in the area. These Houston court reporters are well known for their dedication to the craft and their responsive customer service. They work tirelessly to ensure their client’s needs are met the first time. Their membership with the National Network Reporting Company (NNRC), a court reporting agency that assures the quality of court reporters with their strict vetting process, only solidifies their reputation of timeliness, efficiency, and accuracy.
In the past year, the world of law has had to make some major changes. With many professionals working from home for the majority of the year, everyone has had to adapt what they do to keep cases moving while ensuring the safety of everyone involved.
How can an attorney have a remote deposition? It’s the exact same idea of an in-person deposition, just from the comfort and safety of each participant’s home or personal office with a few minor changes. Remote depositions must be agreed upon by all involved parties. Any and all exhibits or documents must be delivered to those involved via email. All those involved should ensure their microphone and cameras properly work. On the day of the deposition, oath must be administered remotely. From that point on, the deposition continues as it might in the court room.
Though some may think a remote deposition may mean no court reporter involvement, this does not have to be the case. When an attorney schedules a remote deposition through the NNRC, that service can include one of the company’s skilled professionals. Though not in-person, the NNRC’s court reporters are still able to produce an accurate transcript in record time, and are on standby to assist with any problems that may arise.
With the NNRC, attorneys can be confident all their information is safe. The company utilizes the best technology in the business so that legal teams and their witnesses connect over a secure server. All details of the case stay between those involved in it, precisely as it should be.
In a time where everything seems uncertain, the NNRC is there to make things a little clearer. For decades they have offered superior litigation support to attorneys, paralegals, and other legal professionals across the globe. Customer service should never come second, especially in a global pandemic. With the NNRC, clients not only know their case is in good hands, but the hands of professionals who truly care. In a line of work so important, that is a quality that truly matters.
To learn more about the NNRC and their remote depositions, call (916) 451-9187, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out this contact form.
Laws Reporting is pleased to announce their mediation services. The objective of mediation is to settle a case in a way that all parties are satisfied before it reaches trial. It involves the parties at odd, and an impartial, third party mediator. These professionals are unbiased and can help the parties work together to eliminate some of the problems between them.
The Miami court reporting firm offers mediation because they know how expensive lawsuits can be. The longer a lawsuit is drawn out, the more money both parties are forced to shell out. By turning to Laws Reporting for a mediation service, it is possible for the case to come to a close far faster than a lawsuit, allowing both parties to return to their lives sooner rather than later.
Laws Reporting works tirelessly to make the lives of their clients as easy as possible. The firm offers a wide-breadth of litigation services to fulfill any and all legal needs that may come up. It is time consuming to find a litigation support firm an attorney can trust, and doubly more difficult to find firms that can handle each requirement. In Miami, Laws Reporting is that firm.
In need of a quality court reporter? Laws Reporting has the timely, accurate, and effective professionals every attorney needs. How about a video service? At Laws, clients can expect crisp audio and visuals every single time. Interpreters for an upcoming case? Laws Reporting offers professionals for Spanish, Creole, Portuguese, Thai, Korean, Mandarin, and Cantonese. If you can name a litigation service, Laws Reporting can help you. The firm wants nothing more than the citizens of south Florida to have the high quality litigation support services they deserve.
For more information, call (954) 581–4010, email email@example.com, fill out this contact form, or visit their offices.
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The National Network Reporting Company (also known as the NNRC) is a network dedicated to promoting quality court reporting firms across the United States, Canada, and Europe whilst providing both a national and international court reporting directory to today’s legal professionals. The NNRC is committed to opening new doors for lawyers by providing them with the necessary resources to expand their reach with 21st-century connectivity. They offer video conferencing, real-time reporting, accurate and timely transcripts, as well as a wide range of other services that aim to assist lawyers by enhancing efficiency and enabling them to take hold of their case materials in new ways.
A Database of Quality Reporters
In the age of interconnected technology, the decentralization of information is inevitable. This expedited information diffusion can have the unfortunate consequence of causing confusion rather than enlightenment, making the abundance of information next to worthless for those without the time to search through piles of related text. This is where specified search engines or specialized directories such as the National Network Reporting Company can be of great use. Giving industry professionals a way to easily navigate through the tangled rat’s nest of hashtags and keywords, court reporting directories like the NNRC are invaluable tools needed to navigate the vast world wide web. The ease of gathering the services necessary to ensure a successful litigation provides legal firms with a chance to focus on the most important details of winning a case.
Providing Worldwide Connections
With their multitude of online services, law firms may contact the National Network Reporting Company from any location in order to find quality court reporters within their chosen area. Searches can be done by specific name or by general region, and attorneys can book their court reporter online through the NNRC website. Because those at the NNRC recognize that even straightforward cases can become unnecessarily complex if a legal service like a witness deposition is needed across state lines, the NNRC aims to provide 24/7 quality service to any attorneys in need of national court reporter coverage. The National Network Reporting Company prides itself in providing accurate information with reliable technology and full litigation support.
A good court reporter can be good to find. Back in the day, an attorney would have to scourge phone books, call up several different firms, and hope the firm they landed on is truly a quality business. The process is still the same nowadays, except it is entirely digital, and perhaps even a little trickier to navigate. Any firm can have a pretty website, but that doesn’t guarantee good service. A law professional still can’t know if the firm they booked will actually deliver—at least, not without the NNRC.
The National Network of Reporting Companies (NNRC) formed in 1983 to make that search a little easier. Five leading firms in the court reporting industry knew that what clients want is not only excellent reporting quality, but firms that meet and exceed their needs. With these needs in mind, the five firms joined together to create a company that ensured that any law professional across the United States can look to them and know they are getting the best court reporters or litigation services possible.
Since then, the NNRC has expanded to encompass 55 court reporting firms not only in the United States, but Canada and Europe as well. Though the NNRC has grown 11 times it’s original size, their original model of business has not changed. The NNRC still vows to offer law professionals top-of-the-line court reporting firms while providing excellent customer service.
It’s the NNRC’s online booking service and court reporters directory that put them above the rest. All a law professional has to do is click the tab “Book Online,” select which services they require, fill in some information about themself and the case, and submit. If the professional would like to get a little more specific in their request, however, they can turn to the court reporters directory and find a service near them. A law professional can search by their location, a court reporting firm’s name, or even by the name of a certain court reporter they would like to work with.
Potential members of the NNRC must be recommended. They undergo an intensive vetting process to assure their equipment is state-of-the-art, their reporters are accurate, timely, and professional, they have global video depositions and conferencing services, they have proven experience in meeting litigation support needs, and that their reputation for customer service is responsive and next to no one.
With the NNRC’s seal of approval, quality court reporting firms are getting the business they deserve. In Phoenix, Arizona, Coash & Coash has been open for 35 years. In their area, their repute is strong, but their partnership with the NNRC has opened even more doors for them. Anderson Reporting in Columbus, Ohio has been open over three decades as well, and as one of the founding firms of their NNRC, their business has flourished. The same can be said for Beovich, Walter, & Friend in Portland, Oregon. Even after 30 years with open doors, their firm is still growing.
These firms can call upon their membership with the NNRC in order to confirm that they are, in fact, the best of the best. Simultaneously, with each quality firm the NNRC covers under their wings, their reputation grows more and more prestigious. After so many years of being a premiere business for law professionals to turn to, the NNRC has become one of the leading court reporting directories. Their easy to navigate website, convenient booking engine, and compiling of talented reporting agencies are what lead attorneys to come back time and time again.