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Fresno court reporters, clerks end strike after winning raises, 40-hour work week

Chanel KFSN reported on Jan. 22, that Fresno County, Calif., court reporters and clerks ended their strike after a week of picketing. Court reporters will now be able to work a 40-hour week, and other justice workers will receive a pay raise and a personal day off. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Q&A: Checking in with Joe Aurelio

Santo “Joe” Aurelio, FAPR, RDR (Ret.), has always had an attraction to the English language, first as a court reporter and later as a professor of English. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Harvard University, and a doctorate in education from Boston University. After he retired from reporting because of a hearing loss, he became a visiting professor at colleges in the Boston area. He teaches a variety of subjects, but mainly … [Continue reading...]

2019 Business Summit: Too good not to share

If you’re the owner of a court reporting or captioning business of any size, NCRA’s 2019 Business Summit being held Feb. 1-3 in San Diego, Calif., is the event for you. NCRA is so excited about this year’s slate of cutting-edge sessions that it is not raising the price of onsite registration. In addition, the host hotel, the beautiful Manchester Grand Hyatt, is keeping the special rate room block open until rooms sell out. Don’t miss this … [Continue reading...]

Air selfies, 8K TVs, and cameras in the refrigerator — all at the CES

By Kelli Ann Willis Kelli Ann Willis I am a techie and have been one for years. CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, is the techie’s Super Bowl. Started in 1967, CES lasts four days, features 4,500 exhibiting companies, and draws about 180,000 attendees. It is the place where new technology is introduced, where envelopes are pushed, and many minds are blown. Each year, thousands of companies showcase their latest and greatest. Each year I … [Continue reading...]

Q&A: Checking in with Joe Aurelio

Santo “Joe” Aurelio, FAPR, RDR (Ret.), has always had an attraction to the English language, first as a court reporter and later as a professor of English. He earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Harvard University, and a doctorate in education from Boston University. After he retired from reporting because of a hearing loss, he became a visiting professor at colleges in the Boston area. He teaches a variety of subjects, but mainly … [Continue reading...]

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Q&A: Checking in with Joe Aurelio

Santo “Joe” Aurelio, FAPR, RDR (Ret.), has always had an attraction to the English language, first as a court reporter and later as a professor of English. He … [Read More...]

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Fresno court reporters, clerks end strike after winning raises, 40-hour work week

Chanel KFSN reported on Jan. 22, that Fresno County, Calif., court reporters and clerks ended their strike after a week of picketing. Court reporters … [Read More...]

2019 Business Summit: Too good not to share

If you’re the owner of a court reporting or captioning business of any size, NCRA’s 2019 Business Summit being held Feb. 1-3 in San Diego, Calif., is … [Read More...]

Q&A: Checking in with Joe Aurelio

Santo “Joe” Aurelio, FAPR, RDR (Ret.), has always had an attraction to the English language, first as a court reporter and later as a professor … [Read More...]

Air selfies, 8K TVs, and cameras in the refrigerator — all at the CES

By Kelli Ann Willis Kelli Ann Willis I am a techie and have been one for years. CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, is the techie’s Super Bowl. … [Read More...]

Spotlight on a new professional: Melissa Case

Melissa Case Melissa Case worked hard to get through school.  She has gone on to work in freelance and court.  In this interview, she … [Read More...]

Kelly Services sells its legal staffing business

Staffing Industry Analysts reported on Jan 15 that Kelly Services sold its legal staffing business unit to Trustpoint.One. Read more. … [Read More...]

Aptus Court Reporting Adds Industry Veteran to Sacramento Team

California-based Aptus Court Reporting announced in a press release issued Jan. 17 that Marj Walker will join the Aptus Court Reporting team in … [Read More...]

Fresno court workers strike for second day: ‘We’re just out here until it’s over.’

The Fresno Bee reported on Jan. 16  that Fresno County Superior Court workers spent a second day on strike with no deal in sight. The union is … [Read More...]

Idaho facing court reporter shortage

The Associated Press reported on Jan. 16 that an official with the Idaho courts system says the state is facing a shortage of court reporters -- and … [Read More...]

NCRF announces new strategic plan

Tami Keenan, FAPR, RPR, CPE, Chair of the National Court Reporters Foundation (NCRF) Board of Trustees, has announced that the philanthropic arm of … [Read More...]

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