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For some certified court reporters, their legal career does not end by taking depositions. In fact, one Pennsylvania court reporter may end up on the other side of the bench in the judge’s seat. Donna Bealing Elicker, who is a well-known court reporter in York, Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin and Lancaster counties, has been in the

A Basic Guide to Video Court Reporting

Thursday, 31 August 2017 by

What is Video Deposition? A Basic Guide to Video Court Reporting As court reporting remains an essential industry, with 21,200 court reporters in the U.S. alone, reporting methods will likely continue to advance with technology. Video depositions are just one example of how electronic reporting can add additional layers to testimonial delivery. Learn the basics

How To Give The Perfect Deposition

Tuesday, 29 August 2017 by

Depositions are a standard part of any civil litigation. Set up as a question and answer session, this portion of a legal case provides both sides with essential testimony and other information. If you are involved in a trial, either as a plaintiff, defendant, or witness, you will likely have to give a deposition. By

While many attorneys really do “get” what we do as national court reporters, sometimes we’re overlooked. So here are five items every court reporter would love their attorneys to pay attention to. 1) Yes, we need breaks. We’re not robots. It would be awesome if we took a break every hour to hour and a

DO I GET A FREE TRANSCRIPT TO REVIEW?

Monday, 27 March 2017 by

Paying Court Reporters for Their Transcripts by Gregory Keyser, Esq.   Deposition transcripts are the intellectual property of court reporters.  Transcript sales represent the primary source of revenue for most private court reporters – they’re necessary to court reporters’ livelihoods.  In view of court reporter’s ownership of transcripts and the work and expertise that generate

So you think you want to be a court reporter? By Brenda Keyser, RDR, CRR, CRC, CLR, CME It’s time for you to make a decision about a career.  Whether you’re a new high school graduate, a stay- at-home mom, or a professional who just doesn’t like their chosen career path, consider court reporting!  There

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A Basic Guide to Video Court Reporting As court reporting remains an essential industry, with 21,200 court reporters in the U.S. alone, reporting methods will likely continue to advance with technology. Video depositions are just one example of how electronic reporting can add additional layers to testimonial delivery. Learn the basics of a legal video

ATTORNEY USE OF REALTIME IS ON THE RISE

Wednesday, 01 March 2017 by

ATTORNEY USE OF REALTIME IS ON THE RISE Court reporting firms from around the country have confirmed an increase in attorney requests for realtime court reporting services. By realtime court reporting services, court reporters and court reporting firms send attorneys a feed of a deposition transcript as the deposition occurs.  A realtime deposition transcript is

RELATIONS WITH A COURT REPORTER?  DREAM ON The National Court Reporters Association, an association formed by court reporters to protect the integrity of the court reporting profession, long ago implemented a Code of Professional Ethics to “provide the framework for the practice of reporting.” NCRA Code of Professional Ethics, Preamble.  The Code of Professional Ethics

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