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Are Paper Transcripts Dinosaurs from a Bygone Time?

Posted by Jane Grossman on September 16, 2015 |

While paper transcripts are still in demand, as attorneys become more and more comfortable with digital media, we predict that we will have court transcript clients who will request electronic-only transcripts with digital signatures.

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Committed Court Reporters Come Together

Posted by Jane Grossman on August 27, 2015 |

As an experienced Bay Area court reporter, I take the role of “preserver of the record” very seriously, constantly researching and educating myself on different aspects of court reporting.

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Comparing Court Reporting Fees

Posted by Jane Grossman on July 22, 2015 |

To help firms clearly understand available products and services and costs, my Northern California court reporting firm created a comprehensive rate sheet.

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Incentive gift-giving… Is it ethical? What are the rules?

Posted by Jane Grossman on July 8, 2015 |

While marketing to clients is a vital part of every court reporting agency's business strategy, it is also important to remember that incentives can, in some cases, blur the principle of neutrality, which is so important to our industry. It would make sense, therefore, that all reporters be required to adhere to the standards outlined by the California Court Reporter's Board, but many firms have ignored these rules. Is this practice affecting impartiality?

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