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Do you really want a verbatim transcript?

Do you really want a verbatim transcript?

I WANT — I WANT — I WANT A VERBATIM TRANSCRIPT!You can’t handle a verbatim transcript! Recently at the STAR conference of court reporting professionals, the topic came up of a truly verbatim record versus a somewhat cleaned up record – what was [Read More]

What I Learned at Golf – Students, this is for you!

What I Learned at Golf – Students, this is for you!

Last year I wrote a blog about what I learned while skiing; funny how golf has its own lessons to give to! I was lucky enough to be playing the golf courses of Casa de Campo recently – home of The Teeth of the Dog, Dye Fore, The Links – and for those of you [Read More]

Meetings Meet Mobility

Meetings Meet Mobility

It’s interesting how we all get stuck doing things the way we always have, and don’t think about how we can leverage technology to assist us.  As a court reporting firm, we are constantly updating our technology in order to provide clients with transcripts more [Read More]

Five Tips to Finding the Right Court Reporter for Your Case

All court reporters are the same, right?  Obviously the answer cannot be “yes” because court reporters are people, with various skills and abilities that they bring to the table.  Follow these tips to ensure you get the right person preparing your client’s legal [Read More]

Changes Coming to Ontario Court Reporting

Changes Coming to Ontario Court Reporting

In a new video from advocatedaily.com, Kim Neeson talks about how changes in how court reporting happens in Ontario courtrooms could mean more time-intensive work for legal professionals. This new proposal might also produce critical errors that could make a difference in [Read More]

Canadian Court Reporters are Vital to Legal Community

Canadian Court Reporters are Vital to Legal Community

Court reporting requires a professional team to support all of the demands of the legal profession here in Canada, and Canadian court reporters provide the important services needed to keep attorneys supplied with vital material they need to best serve their clients. In [Read More]

What I Learned From Skiing This Weekend

What I Learned From Skiing This Weekend

For years I was an occasional skier; both my sons played hockey, and our life was at the rink.  However, we had some good friends who had a lovely place down in Colorado and always invited us to join them every year for a ski week, and I got a taste for how much fun [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]