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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]

Utilizing Canadian Court Reporters to Fully Engage Legal Teams

Utilizing Canadian Court Reporters to Fully Engage Legal Teams

On occasion it is necessary for lawyers to travel to conduct business related to their cases. Depositions, arbitration, and other meetings can sometimes take them far from their practices and disconnect them from the teams that help power their success. Canadian court [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]

Quality vs. Quantity: The art of speaking clearly

Recently, a law clerk called the office to discuss a transcript.  She was concerned about the way a couple of undertakings had been expressed in the transcript. (Undertakings is a term in Ontario which brings legal effect to a promise to do something on the record during [Read More]

A Great Transcript is Not a Given

Here is a blog post that I wrote for Tech Tested Lawyer Approved. As an owner of a court reporting firm, words are my life. I hear them, write them in shorthand, and reproduce them in a written format – the transcript – whereupon the words of witnesses and counsel are [Read More]