A skilled Miami court reporter can make all the difference in an attorney’s case– but not just any court reporter can fit that bill. Attorneys should be careful that they schedule a service with a firm with high standards of service that can deliver on each and every one of their needs. Take the time to see what the best court reporting firms in the industry should abide by.
Certified Court Reporters
- Certified by the National Court Reporting Association (NRCA) to achieve an Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) certification
- Be able to type at 180-200 words per minute with a 97.5% accuracy rate
- Proficient in proofreading, editing, and researching
- Be polite, respectful, easy to work with, and confident
- Produce and deliver full transcripts in multiple formats in a timely fashion
- Meet the transcript format set by the state
- Physical transcripts should be delivered on time
- Transcripts, E-transcripts, rough drafts, etc, should always be as accurate as possible
- Firms should be open about their policies and scheduling
Total Litigation Support
- Offer full-service litigation support services
- Have e a client login with 24/7 access for any needs
- Use the latest technology in the business for streamlined service
- Use the latest programs to transfer all transcripts into the required format
Our court reporters are screened and have successfully passed a professional competency test for accuracy and language skills.
We work before the videoconference begins and after the session has ended. Careful attention to detail is given to each participant.
We specialize in providing high caliber deposition video and other professional legal video services.
We work in a digital format that allows for ease and speed of downloading and uploading electronic files to ensure timeliness.
A melting pot of people from all over the globe bring their expertise of language to Laws Reporting.
Our experienced, neutral mediators ensure smooth negotiation.
Miami Legal News
Recent posts on court reporting, videoconferencing, remote depositions and legal trends in all areas of practice in the South Florida area.
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Laws Reporting is pleased to announce our page discussing mediation. Mediation is the process of settling a legal dispute through the assistance of an impartial third party. For many cases, having a mediation session is a crucial step that could have been ordered by a...
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