Salt Lake City's Official NNRC Court Reporters
Our Commitment to the Utah Legal Community
Tempest Reporting is the official NNRC court reporting firm in Salt Lake City, Utah and part of the national court reporters directory. Founded in 1988 to provide the latest in technology for its legal clients, Tempest Reporting is owned and operated by Ariel Mumma. The firm prides itself on its commitment to excellent and precise services to law firms and single practice attorneys throughout Utah. The Salt Lake City court reporters offer everything from videoconferencing services to trial support.
Utah’s Premier Court Reporting Firm
With its history of success and its ability to deliver legal videography, trial support, videoconferencing and meeting hosting services, Tempest Reporting prides itself on its sterling reputation. With a 30-year history, Tempest clients understand that experience and knowledge count for a great deal when combined with the latest state-of-the-art technologies.
Tempest Reporting Offices
175 Main St #710,
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
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