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NNRC Announces New Miami Court Reporters Page

NNRC Announces New Miami Court Reporters Page

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The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce our new page on Miami court reporters. For attorneys and paralegals in South Florida, there is no better court reporting firm to turn to than The Laws Group. Whether in need of a court reporting, video conferencing, or deposition service, Laws Reporting has your back. By booking through the NNRC, clients can be confident their scheduled service upholds the NNRC’s same standard of accuracy, efficiency, and customer service. Head to the Miami page to learn more.

NNRC Announces New Areas of Practice Page: Labor Law

NNRC Announces New Areas of Practice Page: Labor Law

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The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce our new area of practice page: labor law. Attorneys who specialize in this area of practice primarily help employees and labor unions receive the equal treatment they deserve. Our court reporters are guaranteed to have full knowledge of this field, so we never miss is beat during deposition or trial. To learn more about the area of practice, visit the page.

NNRC Announce Corporate and Civil Rights Pages

NNRC Announce Corporate and Civil Rights Pages

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The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is pleased to announce their new pages on corporate law litigation support and civil rights law litigation support. Members of the NNRC across the globe service a number of areas of practice– so that attorneys and paralegals can be certain they are scheduling a professional who understands the landscape of their work and can make a positive contribution to the case at hand. These new pages illustrate what two of these areas of practice entail, so that attorneys can paralegals can be certain they are booking a court reporter who is right for them. To learn more, click the links above.

NNRC Announces New Board Member Page

NNRC Announces New Board Member Page

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The NNRC is pleased to announce their new page of board members. The page outlines who occupies which position on the NNRC’s board, as well as benefits new members would have upon becoming members of the NNRC. For more information, click here to read the page.

NNRC Announces New Cleveland Page

NNRC Announces New Cleveland Page

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 their timeliness, accuracy, and stellar customer service. Potential clients never have to worry about being left wanting, because Cady Reporting follows through every time. By taking a few minutes, attorneys and paralegals in the area can learn about the firm, as well as find a number of great legal resources in their area to help fulfill all their legal needs.

NNRC Announces Page on Pros of Legal Videoconferencing

NNRC Announces Page on Pros of Legal Videoconferencing

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 always be looking for. Videoconferencing is especially useful for teams spread out over expansive distances, but can be utilized by just about anyone. Read the page to learn how legal videoconferencing can benefit your case.

O’Brien & Levine Discusses Lawyers Move Towards High Tech and Litigation Spend

O’Brien & Levine Discusses Lawyers Move Towards High Tech and Litigation Spend

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, two leading lawyer organizations released special reports covering practice trends related to streamlining technologies for litigation matters. The Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys (MATA) and the Women’s Bar Association (WBA) are both well-regarded organizations that support the state’s attorneys as they develop their practices.

MATA released “Practice Trends: Tools to Cut Costs, Save Time and Boost Presentations” in November 2018. In this special report, some of MATA’s leading trial advocates shared their views on modern court reporting tools. In the report, they laud the use of video testimony, video-syncing technology and digital repository services for scheduling. Leading lawyers explain the benefits that video technologies bring to their practices. Not surprisingly, reducing litigation spend while providing better service to support strong client relationships is a leading theme. The report shows how attorneys across the state are experiencing first-hand the benefits to using high-tech tools to support client successes.

The WBA’s constituents echo a similar sentiment in that organization’s fall report, “Trial Practice Trends: Tools to Cut Costs, Save Time and Get Results.” The lawyers involved in this study explain how contemporary court reporting services facilitate time savings and cost reductions that lawyers and their clients desire, while providing a demonstrated facility with technology that clients expect. The overall inclination is that going digital is the right thing to do for many reasons, hitting all the highlights of fast, affordable and easy.

In a recent blog post, “Lawyers Embrace High-Tech Tools to Decrease Litigation Spend”, O’Brien & Levine also outlines the ways technology is changing the legal industry. The leaders at O’Brien & Levine see first-hand how lawyers are gaining traction through technology. By using video conferencing, video depositions, video synchronization and digital exhibits, lawyers gain an edge on their case management, controlling costs associated with their services. O’Brien & Levine helps attorneys successfully embrace the technologies with confidence.

Read Before You Unsubscribe

Read Before You Unsubscribe

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 overwhelming amount of junk. Unsubscribing from each and every one of them takes an unnecessarily long amount of time, so when you’re spring-cleaning your emails, consider these tools.

Unroll.me instantly lets you see all of your subscriptions in an easy-to-navigate list. From there, you can select which ones you’d like to keep, and which you’d rather get rid of. If you desire, you can have all the email subscriptions you DO want delivered to you in a “Rollup” email, which arrives in your inbox once a day and contains only the emails you want.

Unlistr does a little more for you. The “email productivity” program helps you select and automatically unsubscribe from all emails you don’t want to receive. It relays unsubscribe emails, processes unsubscribe links, and performs a number of other automated unsubscription tasks.

Unsubscriber is by far the easiest option. You simply drag your unwanted messages to a folder in your email, and you are unsubscribed from the emailing list.

Think about which one of these services is right for you, and make your email nice and clean again!

#LawyerSuccess with Richard “Dickie” Scruggs

#LawyerSuccess with Richard “Dickie” Scruggs

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 he was released from prison.  Oxford Magazine wrote an article on his life now, post-prison and scandal.

In late 2007 the FBI raided Scruggs’ office, he faced (and was ultimately convicted of) a federal judicial bribery charge.  Not only that, his addiction issues spilled out into the public light during it all.

Richard Scruggs has not had an easy road, himself being the largest obstacle at times.  But from the whole negative experience, he says he has learned so many things.  He also states,”I’m happier today than I have ever been before,” how is that possible?  Mr. Scruggs has left the terrible times as far behind in his mind as he can and focused on the future. But there is more than that. He let that difficult time lead him to a better place in his life.  One where he let his family in and started to give back to the community around him.

When you have undergone a difficult time, has it made you a better person? Perhaps put you in a better place? We would love for you to share on our Facebook page here. Dickie Scruggs shares one of his favorite quotes from Gone with the Wind:”Until you’ve lost your reputation, you never realize what a burden it was or what freedom really is.”  So no matter what you lose, keep your focus and let it drive you to a better place.

To see where much of this information came from and to read the best article I’ve enjoyed in awhile click here.

This article was written by Michelle Cady-Cook.  She is the Director of Marketing and part owner of Cady Reporting (a WBENC company).  She is a sustaining member of the Cleveland Association of Paralegals and is currently serving as Chair of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association Green Initiative Committee and Chair of the Follow Up Committee for the National Network of Reporting Companies (NNRC). She has been officially involved in the legal community for over 10 years.  Within the framework of Cady Reporting Services, she partners with locally owned court reporting firms across the country to continually improve the practice of litigation. Cady Reporting Services is located at 1468 W. 9th St. Cleveland, OH 44113.  Our court reporters and videographers personally serve the state of Ohio, and we daily schedule court reporters and other litigation support services through our partners in the NNRC.  The National Network of Reporting Companies is your personal connection to coverage wherever and whenever you need it.

What is the Difference Between a Judge and a Magistrate?

What is the Difference Between a Judge and a Magistrate?

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.

  1. Judges have a much higher power than magistrates.
  2. Judges usually hear larger, more complex cases, while magistrates hear about smaller cases—such as petty crime or traffic offenses.
  3. Judges can preside over larger areas, where a magistrate’s area of jurisdiction is limited to smaller areas, such as city or county.
  4. There is a different level of power given to judges and magistrates. Judges have high authority over most matters, where magistrates are given a narrow breadth of authority. Judges can render final judgement in a case, magistrates cannot.
  5. Most judges are elected for a set term, but magistrates are appointed by the judge and serve based on the judge’s wishes.

To learn about more specifics about the roles of judges and magistrates, visit your state’s Magistrate website.

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