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The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce our informational page on how the shorthand machine (or stenograph) works. Out of all the work court reporters do, how the magic little machine operates that allows them to type over 200 words a minute is by far the most mysterious.
On this page, readers can learn more about it in a quick, concise read. The page discusses how the average shorthand machine is divided in three sections– the initial keys, the final keys, and the second level– , and what exactly those three sections entail. In just a few minutes, readers can come away with a more precise understanding of what their court reporter does during legal proceedings.
Court reporters are key to discovery and depositions. They are the only way for attorneys to come away from a legal proceeding with a clean transcript in exactly the format they need. While not legally required, these transcripts are crucial to developing a solid case. Attorneys always come away from the service pleased with the results they’ve garnered.
If you are in need of a court reporter, but don’t know where to start, start with us. The NNRC is compiled of dozens of partners across the globe who make it their mission to satisfy clients with fast, accurate reporting. Each of these partners go through a strict vetting process to ensure their quality of service, so attorneys never have to worry when they book with the NNRC. To learn more about our firms, contact us today.
Attorneys in the Columbus, Ohio area know exactly which court reporting firm delivers on the services they need with the customer service they deserve. With over 30 years of serving these attorneys under the firm’s belt, Anderson Reporting is one of the longest-standing court reporting companies in the nation, as well as one the the NNRC’s founding partners. Anderson Reporting was one of the companies that set the standard for reporting across the nation.
When an attorney books Columbus court reporter through Anderson, they can always expect their scheduled professional to be accurate, fast, efficient, and respectful. They stick with their clients every step of the way to ensure they get the most out of their litigation support service.
To learn more about the firm, visit this page.
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The NNRC is pleased to announce our remote deposition database. As we continue to find our own ways to navigate the global pandemic, legal professionals have grown to rely upon remote depositions to continue the course of law. They allow entire legal teams to meet without having to meet face-to-face– ensuring the utmost safety of all parties involved.
Our partners have adapted their services to offer remote depositions to all legal professionals who need it. To find a firm that offers remote depositions near you, all you have to do is go to the “Find a Remote Deposition Service” page on the site header and select the city/state combination closest to you. It’s that easy.
When you schedule a remote deposition service through the NNRC, you can be confident it will be executed with the best technology over a secure server. Learn more about what we can do for you by contacting us today.
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce our latest for legal professionals across North America. On our page, “List of North American Bar Associations,” attorneys, paralegals, and all other legal professionals can find a comprehensive database of bar associations across North America. Whether practicing in New York, Vancouver, or Mexico City, legal professionals can find assistance on this page.
This resource is especially helpful for legal professionals who regularly travel for work. No matter what state or country in North America they travel to, they can find a bar association in their new area.
At the NNRC, we are proud to offer our clients a variety of legal resources. Learn more about them by contacting us today.
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce our page of frequently asked questions about legal video. As the world of law changes, legal video has become more and more important. Some legal professionals, however, are still uncertain about what a legal video service may entail. By reading this page, attorneys can have some of the top questions about legal video answered, including…
- Why videotape a deposition and how is it used?
- Are deposition videographers certified professionals?
- Can a video of a deposition be used in place of live testimony?
- How should a witness prepare for a video deposition?
- What is deposition synchronizing?
In just a few minutes, attorneys and other legal professionals can read about legal video and leave with a better understanding of the field. When booking a legal video service with the NNRC, you can expect the latest technology at your disposal. The video will be crystal clear, and the audio will be crisp, resulting in a great resource for you to use for retrieval.
For more information on legal video, or our services, contact us today.
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce our new page on preparing for remote depositions. There are many similarities and differences that occur when planning a remote deposition, and it is important to fully understand them. Our page lays out the do’s, the don’ts, and the things you might not have thought of.
On this page, you can learn about:
- Why it’s crucial for an attorney to prepare their witness even for a video deposition
- Tips for before the deposition
- Technology tips
- …And more!
Read the page in full to get a better understanding of what it means to prepare for your remote deposition.
Working from home has become the new normal for every professional who has the ability to do so. While some might think that an office door closing means the business is closed, that is not the case in the slightest. Businesses that once had physical locations are now operating remotely from home offices or dining room tables– even law firms.
The course of law doesn’t come to a stop just because of a global crisis. In fact, the current situation may make some areas of practice may be even more important than previously. Attorneys across the world are doing what they can to keep in contact with their clients while still keeping everyone as safe and healthy as possible in the comfort of their homes.
Emails work for correspondence that doesn’t require an immediate response. Phone calls are fine for two people, but when that number grows to include an entire legal team, it can be difficult to discern who said what.
This is exactly where the NNRC’s remote depositions and videoconferencing services come in handy. With our state-of-the-art technology, everyone can be seen and heard with the utmost clarity. Our service allows you to connect with the same, highly skilled court reporting professionals without leaving the safety your home.
Attorneys can meet with two or ten people on this easy to navigate interface and secure server. With this service, attorneys can hold meetings with partners just as easily as depositions with opposing counsel and witnesses. Our staff is on standby to ensure that things run as smoothly as possible.
To learn more about our remote depositions, contact us today.
Adjusting to working from home can be difficult for many people. For legal professionals, it can be hard to figure out how to continue the flow of legal discourse without meeting in a physical location with an entire legal team in order to go over evidence, testimonies, or other case details. Emails, texts, and phone calls sometimes just don’t cut it.
But the NNRC has a fix for these frustrations. Our remote deposition services allow attorneys to proceed with their cases from the comfort and safety of their home. Through remote depositions, clients can expect the same, high-quality support of NNRC certified court reporting professionals, as well as the best technology in the industry for crystal clear audio and visuals.
Our videoconferencing services are great for depositions, certainly, but also for expert consultations, witness preparation, settlement conferences, co-counsel/partner/client meetings, and even job interviews. These calls take place over a secure server, so clients are confident that their information is safe.
Even from the comfort of their home, clients can expect the same level of support, attention to detail, and accurate transcripts from the court reporters with the NNRC. Learn more about our remote deposition and videoconferencing services by contacting us today.
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At the NNRC, the health and well-being of our clients and employees is most important. We have been closely following updates from the WHO and CDC regarding COVID19, or the coronavirus, to incorporate their advice into our business practices.
Our staff is still here to provide you and your clients the litigation support you need, in the form of remote deposition services. This allows your case to proceed from the comfort and safety of your home.
For more information in what this involves, contact us today to learn more.
Considering the fact that 65 percent of people are visual learners, it’s a mistake not to think about trial presentation when organizing all the moving parts for one’s case. To make a great impact on the jury and judge, attorneys should invest in visual aids that illustrate their point more completely. That being said, bad trial presentation is just as bad, if not worse, than no trial presentation. Attorneys should be certain that their trial presentation will help, not hinder, the progress of their case before taking it to trial.
In Cleveland, Ohio, attorneys know the best place to turn for all things litigation support is Cady Reporting. For the better part of 30 years, these Cleveland court reporters have proven to be the epitome of “service with a smile.” The family owned and operated firm does everything in their power to make clients feel like individuals, not an end to a mean, and that extends all the way to their offered services.
At Cady Reporting, the staff takes their clients’ trial presentation needs to heart. They approach each case with fresh eyes, because they are totally aware that no two cases are alike. Whether their clients require documentary evidence presented visually, printed trial boards, PowerPoint presentations, computer animation, or any combination of options, Cady Reporting makes sure these options are as high quality and impactful as possible.
If an attorney is looking to include trial presentation, they should never skimp on the details. For attorneys in Cleveland, Cady Reporting is the only option.
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