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Kim Neeson: The Cheapest Route Usually Isn’t the Best

Kim Neeson: The Cheapest Route Usually Isn’t the Best

I have been thinking a lot about the decision of the Ministry of the Attorney General to get out of the court reporting business of late.  Over time, they have created a working environment that has fostered low morale and a removal of the professionalism felt by reporters [Read More]

Considerations When Using “In the Cloud” Transcription Firms

Considerations When Using “In the Cloud” Transcription Firms

• Are the typists located in another jurisdiction, i.e. India, the United States? If they are, there may be restrictions with regard to files of a legal nature (i.e. police interviews, court proceedings, etc.) being transcribed out of Ontario’s jurisdiction • Under [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]