Court Reporting and its Adjacent Fields

Credit: VideoBlocks A person who records the events of a court room or deposition is not a recently opened position. For centuries, there has been someone nearby the opposing legal teams with a documentation of court proceeding to help the … Continue reading “Court Reporting and its Adjacent Fields”

Ryan Reporting, a Staple of the Orlando Legal Scene

Since the grand opening of the Disneyworld in 1965, the Orlando area has grown and changed exponentially. Incredible resorts and the introduction of seemingly an innumerable amount of theme parks has populated the area and continues to reel tourists in, … Continue reading “Ryan Reporting, a Staple of the Orlando Legal Scene”

National Court Reporting Firms is on Track to Build New Legal Directory

For a busy attorney or paralegal, saving time is absolutely crucial. Between their multitude of cases, paperwork, and personal lives the last thing a legal professional wants to think about is finding a court reporting or litigation service that can … Continue reading “National Court Reporting Firms is on Track to Build New Legal Directory”

Anderson Reporting of Columbus, Ohio Announces Move to New Offices

(Columbus, Ohio) August 28, 2018 Anderson Reporting is pleased to announce that the firm has moved to a new location. The firm, which used to be located on West Henderson, is now located on 1421 West Third Avenue. Despite the … Continue reading “Anderson Reporting of Columbus, Ohio Announces Move to New Offices”

How the National Network Reporting Company Became the Leading National Court Reporters Directory

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 … Continue reading “How the National Network Reporting Company Became the Leading National Court Reporters Directory”

Mark Shalloway and Elder Law—An Important, Overlooked Field

When one thinks of a court reporter, they generally imagine someone sitting behind a type-writer, transcribing the events of a horrible criminal case or civil suit. These interpretations are not incorrect, but there are so many more instances where a … Continue reading “Mark Shalloway and Elder Law—An Important, Overlooked Field”