Face to Face

In Court Reporting, Uncategorized by Luke

We offer local conference rooms flush with refreshments, free wi-fi, and all the tools you need. If in-person meetings don’t work, we also offer IP videoconferencing to make connecting easier. Court Reporting Services also provides assistance finding locations for a deposition around the world using our Network of Established Affiliates. Let us take the worry of scheduling a deposition or …

Where to: Eat Sleep & Play

In Court Reporting by Luke

Business trip in Louisville? Here are our top picks for places that are “must-do’s” before you leave. Everyone knows that Louisville has some of the best food in the nation (ahem KFC…just kidding) but don’t listen to what travel guides have to say, here are ‘Louisville locals’ favorite spots to chow down Jack frys local food Jack frys local food …

The Irreplaceable Value of Court Reporters

In Court Reporting by Luke

A few days ago, someone here stumbled onto an article from the New York Times titled, “There Is No Substitute for Real-Time Court Reporting.” As you can imagine, everyone here agreed. There were nodding heads and smiles everywhere as we read a well-worded validation of ourselves. Computers have tried to replace court reporters, but as Nancy Varallo eloquently writes, “Court reporters …

What is a Stenographer and How Do They Type So Fast?

In Court Reporting by Luke

If you are like me, the first time you heard the word ‘stenographer’ your thoughts may have jumped to visions of white washed walls and an operating table or a geologist using special equipment to survey land.. alas, stenography has nothing to do with the either of those fields. Stenographers are required to type at a minimum of 200 words …