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Atkinson-Baker Court Reporters launches new website

Atkinson-Baker Court Reporters, headquartered in Glendale, Calif., announced the launch of a newly redesigned company website in a press release issued Dec. 16. The new website, depo.com, reinforces the company’s commitment to providing advanced technological tools to enhance its service to clients, court reporters, and the public at large. The company is one of the nation’s largest privately owned court reporting agencies and was founded more … [Continue reading...]

Blog gives tips on helping reporters get clean depo transcripts

Showing up early to organize documents for easy reference, providing a written glossary of unusual terms that might be used in a deposition, and making available a copy of the case caption are key to ensuring a clean deposition transcript to use at trail, according to a blog posted Dec. 16 by the JD Supra Business Advisor. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Atkinson-Baker Court Reporters launches new website

Atkinson-Baker Court Reporters, headquartered in Glendale, Calif., announced the launch of a newly redesigned company website in a press release issued Dec. 16. The new website, depo.com, reinforces the company’s commitment to providing advanced technological tools to enhance its service to clients, court reporters, and the public at large. The company is one of the nation’s largest privately owned court reporting agencies and was founded more … [Continue reading...]

Atkinson-Baker Court Reporters launches new website

Atkinson-Baker Court Reporters, headquartered in Glendale, Calif., announced the launch of a newly redesigned company website in a press release issued Dec. 16. The new website, depo.com, reinforces the company’s commitment to providing advanced technological tools to enhance its service to clients, court reporters, and the public at large. The company is one of the nation’s largest privately owned court reporting agencies and was founded more … [Continue reading...]

First modern day African-American court reporter in NOLA to retire after 43 years

An article posted on Dec. 16 by WGNO features the story of 61-year-old Daryl Duplessie, the first modern day, African-American court reporter in the New Orleans area, who is about to retire after 43 years of service. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

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NCRA’s Take Note campaign offers additional resources for National Court Reporting & Captioning Week, Feb. 15-21 2015

The 2015 National Court Reporting & Captioning Week sponsored by NCRA will kick off Feb. 15 and run through Feb. 21, and members, firms, schools, and … [Read More...]

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Atkinson-Baker Court Reporters launches new website

Atkinson-Baker Court Reporters, headquartered in Glendale, Calif., announced the launch of a newly redesigned company website in a press release … [Read More...]

First modern day African-American court reporter in NOLA to retire after 43 years

An article posted on Dec. 16 by WGNO features the story of 61-year-old Daryl Duplessie, the first modern day, African-American court reporter in the … [Read More...]

Pennsylvania announces new rules for court reporting

A Dec. 5 article in the Pennsylvania Record reported that the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has adopted a comprehensive set of new rules to govern … [Read More...]

NCRA member shares her skills during Girl Scout Law Day

Caitlin Albrecht, a freelance court reporter from New Hope, Minn., recently shared her skills with local Girl Scouts who participated in an annual … [Read More...]

NCRA member publishes first romance novel

Nine Days in Greece, the first romance novel authored by NCRA member Kristie Dickinson, RPR, recently debuted on Amazon.com in e-book format. The … [Read More...]

VCRA seeks applicants for Carolyn M. O’Connor Education Fund

The Virginia Court Reporters Association is currently accepting applications from students enrolled in a court reporting program for its Carolyn M. … [Read More...]

NCRA President Sarah Nageotte featured

The Cleveland Plain Dealer featured an interview with NCRA President Sarah Nageotte, RDR, CRR, CBC, on Dec. 12. In the article, Nageotte, from … [Read More...]

NCRA presentation highlighted in NACM publication

“Equal Justice Through Technology,” a presentation about how courts can provide the most accurate record possible in the most economical way by … [Read More...]

Court recording devices raise concerns in Monroe County

Attorneys in Pennsylvania once again raised concerns about the use of audio equipment in courtrooms, citing the possible recording of confidential … [Read More...]

Remembering a true public servant

A tribute to Jim Maxwell, a court reporter who passed away on Oct. 18, at 80 years of age was posted on mySouTex.com on Dec 3. Maxwell served as the … [Read More...]

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