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    Can Cutting Costs Inhibit the Adminstration of Justice?

    Can Cutting Costs Inhibit the Adminstration of Justice?

    Toronto court reporter Kimberley Neeson says that cost cutting measures that have already restricted court interpreter resources and are now threatening court reporting could impact the administration of justice. A new article on advocatedaily.com is highlighting this [Read More]

    Can Organizational Technology Make a Difference in Court Reporting?

    Can Organizational Technology Make a Difference in Court Reporting?

    Back in April Kim Neeson spoke at the National Court Reporters’ Tech-Con conference in Scottsdale, Arizona about how organizational technology that streamlines email, document storage, and scheduling can make a difference in law firms and court reporting companies. A [Read More]

    Neeson Arbitration Chambers Honored by Canadian Lawyer Magazine

    Neeson Arbitration Chambers Honored by Canadian Lawyer Magazine

    Neeson Arbitration Chambers is being recognized for its hard work and professionalism in Canadian Lawyer Magazine. The company has been named as one of Canada’s top-10 arbitration chambers. Kimberly Neeson founded the company back in 2010 after she identified a hole in [Read More]

    Takeaways from NCRA’s TechCon Conference

    Takeaways from NCRA’s TechCon Conference

    Scottsdale, Arizona – April 19-22, 2013 As a member of NCRA’s Technical Evaluation Committee, I attended the second annual TechCon conference held in Scottsdale, Arizona.  The event brings together the leading minds of technology in the court reporting field, as [Read More]

    Neeson Announces the Launch of “Say It Forward”

    Neeson Announces the Launch of “Say It Forward”

    Over the last year, I’ve been struck by the type of gift giving and incentives that are put forward by various court reporting companies in our community.  As a person who has always believed in ethics first, I have struggled with how Neeson could, with integrity, [Read More]

    Overcoming Fear

    Recently I had the opportunity to do an hour and a half presentation at the National Court Reporters’ Association’s TechCon 2012 conference in Reston, Virginia.  It was a real honour to be asked to present, and my topic was Realtime Internet Streaming, stemming from a [Read More]

    Court Reporting on the Andersen v. St. Jude Medical Trial

    Neeson & Associates recently completed court reporting services on Canada’s longest-running class action trial, styled Andersen et al v. St. Jude Medical Inc. In 1997, St. Jude Medical began to coat the sewing rings of mechanical heart valves and annuloplasty rings [Read More]

    Kimberley Neeson Ranked One of PROFIT W100’s Top Women Entrepreneurs

    Kimberley Neeson Ranked One of PROFIT W100’s Top Women Entrepreneurs

    Toronto, Ontario (Canada) – Kimberley Neeson, President of Neeson & Associates Court Reporting and Captioning Inc., has again been selected as one of Canada’s 100 Top Women Entrepreneurs in the 13th annual PROFIT W100 ranking. Ranking Canada’s Top Women [Read More]

    15 Reasons Why Court Reporting/Captioning is a Fantastic Career

    15 Reasons Why Court Reporting/Captioning is a Fantastic Career

    As Neeson & Associates celebrates its 15th year of business, I’ve reflected on my career not only as a business owner, but as a person who provides court reporting and captioning services to our clients.  As “15” is the number, here is my list of my top 15 [Read More]

    A letter from Rosanna…

    Neeson & Associates is well known for providing CART (communication access realtime translation) services throughout Canada, it being the largest service provider in the eastern part of our country.  Voice-to-text realtime translation is mostly commonly used to provide [Read More]

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