New York City Court Reporters: Ellen Grauer
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Ellen Grauer is the official New York City member firm for the National Network Reporting Company. With more than 20 years and an exceptional commitment to precision and superb results, the New York City court reporters have created a legacy of excellence and reliability in the fast-paced and demanding legal climate of the big apple.
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With a uniquely proactive and certified staff of expert court reporters, Ellen Grauer and her team offer excellence in all areas of practice for law firms and attorneys. Their areas of expertise include work in cases for medical malpractice, personal injury, corporate law, copyright law, wills and trusts and other fields.
Ellen Grauer Court Reporting Offices
126 East 56th Street, Fifth Floor
New York, NY 10022
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