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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]

Canadian Court Reporting Companies and Litigation Support

Canadian Court Reporting Companies and Litigation Support

Canadian court reporting companies can provide the types if technological support to help law firms accomplish their goals. With the internet and more sources producing documents that could be important to your litigation, it is important to work with a firm that can [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]

Troubling when Court Reporting and Transcription are Separated

Troubling when Court Reporting and Transcription are Separated

Could new cost-cutting measures that will separate court reporting from transcription cause problems that could have an impact on the legal system? That is the question being asked in a new article appearing on advocatedaily.com. Kim Neeson, owner of Neeson & Associates [Read More]

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]

Good Working Relationships Crucial to Reporter-Attorney Relationship

Good Working Relationships Crucial to Reporter-Attorney Relationship

The Ministry of the Attorney General’s new model means that attorneys will have the same Canadian court reporters from discovery through trial. This means that having a good working relationship can make a difference through out the process. Kim Neeson, owner of [Read More]

Technological Influence in the Legal Field

Technology has developed quite a hold on our lives. Mobile devices have given us unprecedented access to the web, allowing us to stay in constant contact with family, friends, and coworkers. This same technology has given attorneys amazing new tools to prepare for cases and [Read More]

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]

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