High Profile Cases

Handling High Profile Cases

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When comedian Bill Cosby was put on trial for sexual assault, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania became the center of high profile cases, much like Orlando was for the Casey Anthony trial back in 2008. The difference this time was that the defendant was famous and considered by many to be America’s dad  from when he played […]

time to hire a transcriptionist

Is it time to hire a transcriptionist?

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Whenever I’ve outsourced tasks, whether it’s accounting or housecleaning, I ask myself what an hour of my time is worth. If I can pay someone to do it better, faster, or more efficiently, I will hire them. It’s the same for you and your Orlando business. If you find yourself or your team spending time […]

Facts and Myths about Court Reporting

Facts and Myths about Court Reporting

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Do you think court reporting is a dying career? It’s not. In fact, it’s an exciting and growing industry with opportunities not only in the legal field but in communities and businesses across the nation. We hope that we can help you re-think your take on the industry with these facts and myths about court […]

what it takes to be a court reporter

Do you have what it takes to be a court reporter?

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We asked our colleagues in an industry-focused social media group what it takes to be a court reporter. From earnings potential to a love of words, we heard a variety of responses. If some of these sound like you, it might be time to think about becoming a court reporter! Family Resemblance Respondents to our […]

Choosing a Court Reporting School

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We recently saw a post in one of the Facebook groups that we follow from a prospective court reporter who asked the process for choosing a court reporting school. She asked questions like what’s the most affordable way to become a skilled reporter. Is a home program worth the time and cost? Which schools did […]

New Court Reporters

Tips for New Court Reporters

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We recently asked a Facebook group for court reporters what their top tips were for new court reporters. Here’s what they had to say: First things first. Just Breathe. Everyone has been new at a job and we’ve all been nervous. Take a minute to look back at how far you’ve come. From a dream […]

Dress to Impress

Dress to Impress

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There’s an old adage that you never get a second chance to make a first impression. While it may be an old saying, it still holds true, especially if you’re a reporter who is ready to dress to impress. No matter how your client brands themselves, we want our Tampa court reporters to represent the […]

could court reporters be replaced by technology

Could court reporters be replaced by technology?

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The quick answer is not to expect court reporters to be replaced by technology anytime soon. Digital recording technology has advanced to the point where services like For the Record (FTR) are being implemented but it’s not replacing the human factor completely. While court reporters could be replaced by technology, the reality is that sometimes […]

politics and court reporting

When Politics and Court Reporting Meet

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When saw an ad online for, “Washington DC-based media company looking for court reporters to attend, record, and take notes of Congressional hearings,” we had confirmation that politics and court reporting were a good match. It’s positive for the industry which moves us beyond the courtroom and proves value to people beyond lawyers and judges. […]

 
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