Huseby expands Texas, New Mexico operations

According to a July 18 post on Huseby.com, the company is expanding its presence in El Paso, Texas, and Las Cruces, N.M.  The move will be managed by court reporter Breck Record, RMR, CRR, CRI, who has joined Huseby Inc. Global Litigation Services’ staff. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Huseby expands Texas, New Mexico operations

According to a July 18 post on Huseby.com, the company is expanding its presence in El Paso, Texas, and Las Cruces, N.M.  The move will be managed by court reporter Breck Record, RMR, CRR, CRI, who has joined Huseby Inc. Global Litigation Services’ staff. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Theft from court office a reminder to back up

The July 15 police note on 19 Action News Digital Team’s website should serve as a reminder to court reporters everywhere: Always back up your files. The report said that a laptop computer and jump drive, which contained information pertaining to ongoing cases, were stolen from the court reporter’s office at the Summit County Courthouse in Akron, Ohio, on July 10. The theft was caught on tape. “I back up everything every day, in the … [Continue reading...]

Theft from court office a reminder to back up

The July 15 police note on 19 Action News Digital Team’s website should serve as a reminder to court reporters everywhere: Always back up your files. The report said that a laptop computer and jump drive, which contained information pertaining to ongoing cases, were stolen from the court reporter’s office at the Summit County Courthouse in Akron, Ohio, on July 10. The theft was caught on tape. “I back up everything every day, in the … [Continue reading...]

William Mohr, U.S. Senate reporter of debates, dies at 95

The July 12 Washington Post reported the death of William Mohr, who was an official reporter of debates of the U.S. Senate for 23 years. Mohr, who retired in 1989, was the last pen writer to work on the floor of the Senate. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

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In case of disaster

By David Ward When Laura Grosso, head of Pennsylvania-based ERSA Court Reporting, turned to cloud solution provider Broadview Networks for business telephone … [Read More...]

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Huseby expands Texas, New Mexico operations

According to a July 18 post on Huseby.com, the company is expanding its presence in El Paso, Texas, and Las Cruces, N.M.  The move will be managed by … [Read More...]

Call captioning aids staff at Penn State

A July 18 article on the Pennsylvania State University website reported that a new phone system that includes a text-to-speech option helps hearing … [Read More...]

Come see what’s new on the exhibit hall floor at the 2014 NCRA Convention & Expo

Nearly 50 vendors will be on site at NCRA’s 2014 Convention & Expo, July 31 - Aug. 3 in San Francisco at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square, … [Read More...]

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Careers in court reporting showcased at American School Counselors Association annual conference

NCRA exhibited for the first time at the American School Counselors Association annual conference held June 29 - July 1, in Orlando, Fla. More than … [Read More...]

William Mohr, U.S. Senate reporter of debates, dies at 95

The July 12 Washington Post reported the death of William Mohr, who was an official reporter of debates of the U.S. Senate for 23 years. Mohr, who … [Read More...]

NCRF announces 2014 NCRF Student Intern Scholarship recipients

NCRF awards two $1,000 Student Intern Scholarships annually, selected by random drawing. Students must have completed or be currently performing the … [Read More...]

FCC votes on requiring more captioning

On July 11, the FCC voted unanimously to require closed-captioning for online video clips that have already aired on television, according to a post … [Read More...]

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NCRA releases Court Reporter Survival Guide: Student Success Stories

NCRA has released a new book, Court Reporter Survival Guide: School Success Stories, a collection of stories about making it through court reporting … [Read More...]

NCRF offers something for everyone at NCRA Convention & Expo

Want the chance to bid on a wonderful vacation? Win a one-of-a-kind origami quilt? Get “fun stuff” worth at least $50 for only $15? Or support the … [Read More...]

Scholar questions period in Declaration of Independence

Court reporters are not alone in their concern over punctuation, according to a July 2 article in the New York Times. Danielle Allen, a professor at … [Read More...]

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