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Planet Depos, LLC is a global court reporting company, providing best-in-class court reporting, videography, videoconferencing, interpretation, and trial support services throughout the United States and abroad. The Company is headquartered in Washington, DC with 60+ offices around the globe. As a forward-thinking company, we are conversant with the latest technologies and work closely with clients to implement case-winning tools, including streaming text and video, realtime to iPads, mobile videoconferencing, and digital deposition exhibits.

At Planet Depos we are passionate about what we do, we challenge the status quo and exceed the boundaries of our clients’ expectations. We work only with the most elite professionals and handle all the heavy lifting for our clients, without disappointment or unpleasant surprises. Read More.

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The Map is Not the Territory

There is no Substitute for On-Site Litigation Support By Thomas K. Feissner, CLVS Twentieth Century Polish-American philosopher Alfred Korzybski coined the phrase “The map is not the territory” to differentiate between the abstract and direct ways human beings characterize the ...
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Suwon, South Korea

Depositions in Suwon, South Korea

When taking depositions in South Korea, naturally, one might think of Seoul first.  Why not?  It is the capital of the Republic of Korea.  It’s the most populous city in the entire Korean Peninsula with nearly ten million people.  There ...
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Reversing the Projected Court Reporting Shortage

Ask any high school senior looking into college prospects, taking the ACTs and SATs what (s)he knows about court reporters and the profession — and they’ll most likely respond with questions that sound something like, “Court reporters are the people ...
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