PohlmanUSA Court Reporting named a top workplace in St. Louis

JCR: Journal of Court Reporting, TheJCR.com, JCR WeeklyThe St. Louis Post-Dispatch named PohlmanUSA Court Reporting, based in St. Louis, Mo., one of the “Top Workplaces” in the city, in an article posted on July 13. It is the third year in a row the firm has been included on the newspaper’s list.

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Court reporting firms join forces

The St. Louis Business Journal reported on July 14, that PohlmanUSA, based in St. Louis, Mo., has acquired O’Brien & Bails, a court reporting firm with 11 offices in Michigan.

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NCRA members defend need for court reporters

The Wisconsin Law Journal posted an article on March 8 quoting NCRA members Sheri Piontek, RPR, CRC, and Bob Gramann, RPR, about the reasons why taking the human element of court reporters out of the courtroom would be a mistake.

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Depo International now serving clients nationally and internationally

In a press release issued March 22, Depo International, headquartered in Chicago, Ill., announced it is expanding its services to an international audience.

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Commissioners to discuss court reporter pay increase

KRISTV.com, Corpus Christi, Texas, reported on March 21 that a shortage of court reporters been attributed to low salaries. The Nueces County court commissioners will discuss pay increases for court reporters as a way to meet shortages on their staffs.

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Global court reporting firm wins five-year USPTO contract

Planet Depos announced in a press release issued March 20 that the firm has been awarded a five-year contract with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to provide court reporting services.

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California’s litigation-heavy environment calls for more experienced court reporters

In a press release issued March 20, Lori Leroy of Accuracy-Plus Reporting reported that her company has seen an uptick in business as a result of California’s litigious climate.

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Oklahoma’s Steno Services highlights expanded realtime reporting capabilities

In a press release issued March 5, Steno Services, based in Oklahoma City, Okla., announced that it is expanding its realtime capabilities for depositions that occur in locations other than the jurisdiction a case is being heard in.

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Minneapolis court reporting firm Depo International expands global presence

In a press release issued March 5, Depo International, based in Minneapolis, Minn., announced that it is expanding operations to cover global needs for litigation support services.

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Flaws found in courts’ digital recording system

WCVB TV, Boston, Mass., posted an article on Feb. 8 that investigates discovered flaws in the new high-tech recording technology being installed courtrooms throughout Massachusetts.

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