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Has the time finally come for increased reliance on remote hearings and depositions?

An article posted on March 30 by The National Law Review addresses the increased reliance on remote hearings and depositions in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Pointers for taking depositions by videoconference during COVID-19

An article offering tips for taking depositions by videoconference during the COVID-19 pandemic was posted on March 30 by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

Has the time finally come for increased reliance on remote hearings and depositions?

An article posted on March 30 by The National Law Review addresses the increased reliance on remote hearings and depositions in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

How to conduct depositions remotely

An article posted by Law360 on March 30 offers tips for conducting depositions remotely including setup, presentation of exhibits, and accessing realtime. Read more. … [Continue reading...]

New Professional Profile: Tatelyn Noda

Tatelyn Noda, RPR My name is Tatelyn Noda, RPR, and I am an official court reporter for the First Judicial Circuit of Alabama. I graduated from Prince Institute in Montgomery, Ala., in 2014 and worked briefly in Alabama as a freelance reporter before moving to Miami, Fla. I continued in freelance until I accepted an officialship in August of 2018. JCR | How did you hear about court reporting and what made you choose that career … [Continue reading...]

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Working through COVID-19

Here's a collection of materials to help you through the days ahead. We've also collected some from other websites. Working remotely for court reporters and … [Read More...]

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Has the time finally come for increased reliance on remote hearings and depositions?

An article posted on March 30 by The National Law Review addresses the increased reliance on remote hearings and depositions in light of the COVID-19 … [Read More...]

How to conduct depositions remotely

An article posted by Law360 on March 30 offers tips for conducting depositions remotely including setup, presentation of exhibits, and accessing … [Read More...]

New webinars April 6 and 7

NCRA is planning two new one-hour webinars scheduled for April 6 and April 7. On April 6, Advanced Captioning via Videoconference will be … [Read More...]

Handling of exhibits for remote depositions

By Lynette L. Mueller As we are now entering week three of self-quarantining due to COVID-19, I know our members are gearing up and learning how to … [Read More...]

Top legal trends going into the new decade

A blog by Kramm Court Reporting, posted March 25 on JD Supra, outlines the top legal trends going into the new decade. Read more. … [Read More...]

Top tips for a Zoom remote deposition

On March 25, JD Supra posted a blog that offers tips for conducting a remote deposition using the online Zoom platform. Read more. … [Read More...]

Pointers for taking depositions by videoconference during COVID-19

An article offering tips for taking depositions by videoconference during the COVID-19 pandemic was posted on March 30 by North Carolina Lawyers … [Read More...]

How the Federal stimulus bill affects the court reporting and captioning industry

This is important information regarding the Federal stimulus bill for NCRA members who are independent contractors (i.e. freelancers) in the reporting … [Read More...]

How deaf advocates won the battle for closed captioning

Time magazine posted an article on March 16 that covers the history of how closed captioning came to be. Read more. … [Read More...]

Wyoming Reporting Services receives 2020 Best of Cheyenne Award

Wyoming Reporting Services Inc has been selected for the 2020 Best of Cheyenne Award in the Court Reporter category by the Cheyenne Award Program, … [Read More...]

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