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NCRA launches nationwide campaign to promote court reporting

Industry Outlook Report indicates job demand on the rise

By Christina Lewellen, MBA, Senior Director, Marketing & Communications, NCRA

There is a perfect storm of opportunity brewing for the stenographic court reporting profession. 80 more words


Reschedule And Book Appointment Quickly With Liveagenda

A court reporting agency provides services related to hearings of court by recording the speech to produce authorized transcripts of hearings of court. All such services need an appointment with the agency from where it is being availed. 372 more words

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From Los Angeles to Hong Kong: Meet Brandy Stull, Newest Member of Merrill’s International Court Reporting Team

Merrill Deposition Services Asia continues to add talented international court reporters to our team. Meet Brandy Stull, who heeded the call to join Merrill’s Hong Kong office in February 2014 and hasn’t looked back. 529 more words


Court Coverage Made Easy

Anybody who has a court case running will understand what it means to get hold of a good court reporter. It seems when you need one, all the good ones are booked. 290 more words

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Coming Soon.......MerrillONE Deposition Portal!

In September, the Washington, D.C. office will launch MerrillONE™, our new online court reporting portal. This technology investment ensures the security of client documents and helps clients efficiently manage deposition-related materials. 162 more words


Merrill Deposition Services Expands Services with New Office in Detroit Metro Area

Merrill Deposition Services to provide local court reporting services in Detroit, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Flint, and surrounding areas

Good news for law firms in the Detroit area: Merrill Deposition Services has opened a new Michigan office and is now offering a complete suite of deposition services provided by local court reporters and videographers. 701 more words


Put Chambers Chat on the Record

Right before the trial begins, trial judges routinely invite counsel into chambers to explore areas of agreement and disagreement, anticipated trial objections, and how certain matters will be handled at trial. 460 more words

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