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The National Network Reporting Company is pleased to announce their new page on Cleveland court reporters. The page serves as a great resource for attorneys looking to find the best court reporting firm in Cleveland-- Cady Reporting. Cady Reporting is well known for...read more
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce their brand new page on the pros of legal videoconferencing. This page delves into how utilizing their videoconferencing service can benefit one's case-- something attorneys and paralegals should...read more
Litigation costs can easily spin out of control. Fortunately, high tech tools are becoming a go-to solution for taming litigation spend. Recent news shows lawyers extolling the virtues of video tools that are easy to use, cost efficient and results driven. This fall,...read more
We are barraged with an obscene amount of emails on a daily basis. Occasionally, there is a diamond among the rough—a greeting from a friend, a message from your court reporting firm—but for the most part, your emails consist of coupons, deals, and ads. It’s an...read more
Dickie Scruggs may not be the person that you ever want to imitate your career after, we mean, like, ever. He was convicted of bribing a federal judge, was disbarred and sent to prison. We agree that part is not exactly a success story. His real success comes after...read more
This is a question that comes up time and time again, because there is not a definitive answer. The specifics vary between states and even regions, but even so, we can provide a generalized answer. Here are five major differences between the two. Judges have a much...read more