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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.
For legal professionals in most states, driving from one end of the state to the other for legal proceedings is a daunting, but manageable task. It will make for a long day, but ultimately, when the day is done, they can make the long trek home and sleep in the comfort of their own bed.
This isn’t the case for Texas legal professionals. To drive across the whole of the Lone Star State, it can easily take 14 hours. If an attorney works in Houston but has a deposition in El Paso, that is an 11 hour drive. It isn’t easy to just hop from one city to the other. Getting to that deposition requires hours upon hours of travel, as well as a good chunk of money spent.
Hanna & Hanna Reporting found the solution to these attorneys problems. These Houston court reporters offer realtime internet streaming as one of their many services. With Hanna & Hanna, attorneys can communicate with the rest of their legal team through high-quality videoconferencing from the comfort of their hometown. The attorney’s audio and video is always crystal clear on both ends. To more completely connect with the legal team, Hanna Reporting also offers secure instant messaging.
No longer do attorneys have to make arduous journeys across the state (or the country, for that matter) to be a part of legal proceedings. At Hanna & Hanna, clients can connect with their legal teams easily.
As attorneys needs have changed, so have the function of many court reporting firms. Many attorneys look for a resource within their court reporting firm of choice to consolidate all their legal documents for easy, secure access whenever needed.
In Boston, the staff at O’Brien & Levine have found the solution attorneys in the area have been been searching for. These Boston court reporters offer their clients a comprehensive online repository that keeps all their transcripts, exhibits, calendars, invoices, and more in one place. The service is compatable with most devices, allowing attorneys to access the information they need wherever they are.
With the firm’s innovative mobile app, attorneys can access their current and archived from their desktop, laptop, iPad, iPhone, or smartphone. This makes all of the information a client needs quite literally at their fingertips. For attorneys who often work in odd hours of the day, this is an invaluable resource.
To learn more about O’Brien & Levine and the many services they offer to their New England clients, visit court-reporting.com.
The National Network Reporting Company is pleased to announce our page title “What We Do.” Here, visitors are exposed to a quick run-down of what that NNRC does and offers to our clients across the world. By working with the NNRC, clients can expect top-tier litigation support services with the best technology in the business, so their cases are as efficient and effective as possible.
For more information, visit the page by locating it in the site’s menu, or clicking the link above.
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce our page on forms of trial presentation. Trial presentation involves the presentation of key points and visuals in the court room that enhance the judge’s and jury’s understanding of the case at hand. For many, visual presentations are crucial to fully grasping information, so it is clear that trial presentations can truly make or break a case.
With the NNRC, our clients can include a wide array or options. It is up to the attorney to decide what best fits their needs. To learn more about what could be included in your trial presentation service, visit our page on forms of trial presentation or contact us today.
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce our new page on scheduling a service with your tablet or smartphone. The page illustrates the benefits of scheduling your next service online– namely, how much time it will save clients. The scheduling form is easy to navigate and easy to use. To learn more about the feature, visit the page and read all about it.
Anxiety (/aNGˈzīədē/): a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome.
Anxiety can be crippling, painful and paralyzing, so how can we calm it before it gets to this level? Below are five suggestions that have worked for people to reduce their anxiety at work (which is one of the top places that anxiety is reported.) Try one or several of these to see how they might be able to help you overcome anxiety before it takes control of you entirely.
- BREATHE deeply and often. You may have heard of certain deep breathing exercises such as Lion’s Breath and Pranayama Breathing. Scientists have identified a neural pathway in the brain which controls breathing in connection with functions of the brain that are ‘higher-order’ (such as your anxiety). Check out some breathing exercises here.
- Practice The 3-3-3 RULE. What in the world is that? It’s 3 names, 3 sounds, 3 body parts. When you start to feel anxiety or panic coming over you, stop and name 3 things that you can see, then name 3 sounds you can hear, lastly move 3 body parts. Completing these tasks can take your mind off of the anxiety-inducing thing and re-center it.
- EXERCISE…well at the office it might be kind of awkward to just up and start doing your jumping jacks in the middle of the office. That’s okay, not to worry, there are many ‘DESKERCISES‘ you can do without drawing the awkward attention of your coworkers.
- WRITE out what you’re feeling, and what’s happening that is causing you anxiety. Just getting it out of your brain and onto paper can help the brain not get stuck in the loop of thoughts that replay over and over causing anxiety, and possibly an eventual panic. After you write about what is causing you anxiety, always take a minute and write a few things down about what you’re grateful for. Focusing on something positive in your life can interrupt the pattern of anxiety in your brain and shift the focus to something that calms you or makes you happy.
- CHEW GUM – it seems too simple, right? Studies have indicated that chewing gum stimulates brain waves similar to those of calm, relaxed people. They have also found that chewing gum stimulates blood flow to the brain, and lastly, that people who chew gum regularly are reportedly less stressed with a greater sense of wellbeing.
We all know that anxiety can prey on us whether we are in our professional or personal life roles. These 5 tips above are great because they can be completed almost anywhere at any time in a very discreet manner. There are many other ways that are suggested to deal with anxiety – some small tips such as these and some were larger life changes.
As a court reporting firm, we obviously know that court reporters have a lot of stress that can cause anxiety. Our reporters have depositions, large arbitrations, and important trials to contend with daily. But we cannot only think of our reporters, but we also have to think about our clients, the attorneys (and all of the hardworking staff behind them). The world of law is extremely stressful and especially when we get to the litigation section of it. At Cady Reporting, we want our court reporters and our clients to be the least stressed they can be. We offer help in all areas and aspects of litigation support and we hear back that we relieve litigation anxiety. Feel free to give us a call.
[ This post was authored by Michelle Cook of Cady Reporting. ]
The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce our new areas of practice page: taxes law. Whether we like it or not, as American citizens, taxes are something we all must do at some point in our lives. It can be a confusing area to navigate, and tax attorneys are there to make sure no laws are broken in the process. Our tax law court reporters have a complete understanding of the difficult terminology and laws that come with this area of practice, and will prove to be a great asset to any legal team. Visit the page on the area of practice to learn more.
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