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Court reporters are the “keepers of the record.” Their impartiality is one of the three legs upon which the American justice system stands.
Getting to the truth of the matter in a divorce is key. Guest author Russell Knight discusses divorce and the role discovery and depositions play in the process.
To take a deposition of a remote witness, mobile videoconferencing is a great option when travel is not an option and traditional videoconferencing is tough.
Planet Depos wishes to share with court reporting interns the following tips to help them transition from their student role to the official reporter on any assignment: As you begin your internship, prepare to upgrade from your student version of software to a...
These days, with transnational litigation a fairly common occurrence, depositions are often in far-away locations, and our reporters are ready to go.
Here are several tried-and-tested tips for saving time and money for your client when taking depositions in Hong Kong.
Israel is a land rich in history, drawing pilgrims of varying faiths from far-reaching parts of the world to her sacred sites. Israel holds natural wonders, from the Dead Sea (the lowest point on earth in any landmass, with the highest concentration of salt of any...
In the digital/green age, paper files are slowly becoming obsolete. Luckily in the world of court reporting, digital repositories are available to help your case.
Depositions of U.S. citizens in France may be conducted with no special requirements or restrictions. When deposing a French citizen or third-country national, however, the process becomes a little more involved and tedious.
What is court reporting? What does a court reporter do? In this blog post we examine the career of a court reporter and how it impacts all of us.