Aptus Court Reporting acquires Barristers’ Reporting Service

jcr-publications_high-resGeeks News Desk reported on Feb. 2 that San Diego-based Aptus Court Reporting has acquired Barristers’ Reporting Service. Barristers’ has provided court reporting services to clients across Southern California since 1987.

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Court workers report erosion in public access

jcr-publications_high-resThe February issue of the community news magazine for the Sonoma County Gazette includes an article about the serious deterioration in working conditions and the subsequent erosion of public access to the legal system at the Sonoma County Superior Court, Calif.

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Kramm Court Reporting merges with prominent North San Diego firm

jcr-publications_high-resIn a press release issued Dec. 18, 2016, Kramm Court Reporting announced its merger with Donna V. Turrentine & Associates, a prominent North San Diego County court reporting firm with more than 40 years of experience.

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Kelty & Scott Partners with Spark Digital Marketing

JCR publications share buttonA press release issued June 20 announced that Kelty & Scott, a court reporting firm since 1993, has entered a strategic alliance with Spark Digital Marketing to expand the company’s court reporting services in the San Francisco, Calif., metropolitan area.

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Sacramento Court Reporter Accuracy-Plus moves to WebEx for remote depositions

JCR publications share buttonIn a press release issued June 3, Sacramento Court Reporting Firm Accuracy-Plus announced that it has moved to Cisco’s WebEx platform in an effort to improve the quality of service of remote depositions.

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Aptus Court Reporting welcomes new managing director

JCRiconIn a press release issued June 8, Aptus Court Reporting, San Francisco, Calif., announced that industry veteran Ronald Harrison has joined the company to oversee the continued expansion in Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay are. Harrison will serve as the managing director of the company’s Northern California division.

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Arbitration ground rules may change in California

The California State Senate has passed a pair of bills to make the binding, private arbitration process fairer for California workers and consumers by ensuring that they have access to a court reporter and cannot be forced by a corporation to travel out of state to resolve a dispute, according to an article posted May 12 by the Central Valley Business Times. The bills will be sent to the California Assembly for consideration.

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Accuracy-Plus Reporting hires Spark Digital Marketing to increase exposure on the Web

Accuracy-Plus Reporting, Sacramento, Calif., announced in a press release issued on May 10 that it has partnered with Spark Digital Marketing in order to increase its visibility on the Internet.

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Aptus Court Reporting expands team and relocates San Francisco office

In a press release issued May 6, Aptus Court Reporting, a provider of court reporting, videography and legal technology services, announced the addition of Brook Braunschweig and Danielle Belonio to its San Francisco Bay area team. They will serve as directors of business development.

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Aptus Court Reporting expands services to Los Angeles

Aptus Court Reporting, based in San Diego, Calif., announced in a press release issued April 10 that it has expanded its service into the Greater Los Angeles market. The expansion is being spearheaded by the company’s new director of business development, Lori Cheyne.

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