Archive for October 2015

Why Court Reporters Cannot Be Replaced...According to a Neurosurgeon

There’s always one harasser in the crowd.  We bloggers are used to it.  You know, like the guy in college who used to interrupt the professor just to hear the sound of his own voice, but he wasn’t really saying anything?  Yeah, that guy.  He shows up on my blog to shamelessly plug his electronic... Read more »

Taking the "Free" out of "Freelance" in Court Reporting

Back in the day — there’s a phrase that makes me feel old — attorneys and judges alike used to refer to court reporters as the most important person in the room.  Yes, I still hear that phrase uttered, but today it sounds more like a throw-away line, a phrase said to placate reporters or... Read more »

The Dine-And-Dash In Court Reporting: The Unpaid Invoices Epidemic

Every court reporting agency owner has experienced it, those clients who don’t like paying their bills.  Who among us could blame them?  If we could all get away with selectively not paying for goods and services thereby reserving more in our bank accounts for our own personal entertainment and/or living expenses that we want to... Read more »
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