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We are a leading court reporting agency with a national footprint, one that provides certified court reporters to attorneys and others parties who need to take a deposition. With more than two decades of experience, we have long excelled at meeting the expectations of our legal and corporate clients, providing them with accurate, easily accessible transcripts of depositions, arbitrations, mediation sessions, and other types of legal hearings.

In addition to court reporters, we also provide stenographers, interpreters, videographers, and video conferencing technology to our valued clients. Whether you’re in New York or Los Angeles—or any U.S. city in between—our leading court reporting agency can provide the following court reporting services, and more.

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Court Reporter in Iroquois County, IL | 866-374-7446 | Illinois Stenographers

Need a court reporter in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles or any other major city in the United States? We are a national court reporting agency that provides certified court reporters, stenographers, video conferencing solutions, and related online services to lawyers and corporate clients who need to take a deposition or hearing. For more than two decades, we have met and exceeded the expectations of our legal and corporate clients, helping them obtain easily accessible transcripts of all manner of legal hearings, including depositions, arbitrations, and mediations.

As a full-service national court reporting agency, we offer the following services, as well as other relevant services:

  • Certified Court Reporters
  • Conference Rooms
  • Video Conferencing Solutions
  • Legal Videographers
  • Streaming Depositions
  • E-Transcripts
  • RealTime Reporting & Transcripts
  • Interpreters
  • Video Conversion
  • Dailies
  • Post-Production Services
  • Online Repository
  • Online Calendar

Regardless of your specific needs or location, our experienced and highly-skilled team of certified court reporters, stenographers, interpreters, and legal videographers are ready to assist with your hearing or deposition. And though great people remain the heart of any court reporting firm, our size and national reach enable us to employ the latest recording technologies, offering you the perfect marriage between traditional court reporter and state-of-the-art technology. In addition, if you need to reserve a room to conduct your deposition or hearing, we can provide fully furnished conference rooms with all of the latest amenities, including Wi-Fi.

After your hearing or deposition, our experienced support staff can help you manage transcripts and other important documents, allowing you to minimize the amount of time spent on administration and maximize the time spent serving your clients. Moreover, our litigation support staff can help you access and transmit transcripts through our online document repository.

Online Document Repository Provides Easy Access to Deposition Transcripts Illinois

Meanwhile, we also provide an online document repository so that you can find the documents you need—when you need them. All documents pertaining to your case are indexed for easy identification and then logged into our online system, which can be used to search for and download documents. You can even export deposition text with just the click of a mouse. And if you need physical copies of documents or transcripts, we provide traditional imaging and copying services as well.

And if you ever have questions when using our online document repository and case management system, dedicated members of our team are available by phone day and night. Our technicians will work with you to guide you through our online system and answer any questions you may have in Illinois.

Need a Legal Videographer to Film Your Deposition? | IL

As we’re sure you know, video can be a valuable tool in the legal arena, particularly when issues must be argued in front of a judge or jury. If you need a court reporting service to record and transcribe your deposition, make sure that the individuals they employ are expert videographers using technology that can capture the most important visual details—like  positive or negative body language or facial expressions that don’t match the tone of voice. A single nuance captured on video can make all the difference in the world when it comes to a settlement negotiation or a courtroom presentation.

Do not make the mistake of thinking that anyone with a camera and tripod can film your deposition. You need professionals who have been trained to shoot videos in a legal setting, who understand the importance of lighting and sound, and who have access to specialized equipment that can capture sharp video images and crystal-clear audio.

Our legal videographers always utilize top-of-the-line lighting and sound equipment so our clients get the footage they need. We use high-gain microphones and multiple, high-definition cameras in a digital format to provide you with a polished videotape of your deposition, one that is synchronized with the reporter’s transcript.

Additionally, if you require editing by dedicated specialists after the shoot, we offer a number of post-production services, including linear editing, nonlinear editing, media enhancement, audio & video duplication, and audio & video conversion for other formats like DVD in IL.

Video Conferencing Technology | IL

Another area where technology has taken a great leap forward is video conferencing technology, which now enables you to take depositions from anywhere in the U.S. and still get much the same results as you would in person. And with video conferencing you can cut down on travel costs, lodging costs, and other expenses, and also avoid the hassle associated with getting all of the parties together for a deposition.

If you need a conference room for your hearing we can arrange that as well. Depending on the number of physical locations needed we can provide a single-site video conference or a multi-site video conference. We have access to hundreds of locations across the country and throughout the world, so scheduling a video conference that meets your needs is just a phone call away.

We will take care of the video conference setup (which includes location scouting, working out the logistics, supplying the A/V equipment, testing the equipment, and linking two or more locations). We also provide technical support before, during, and after your hearing so that you can focus all of your time and energy on your work. In fact, when you enlist our video conferencing services for a deposition or other legal proceeding, we will provide a detailed outline of all arrangements made and what you can expect. So call us and save time, money, and stress by using video conferencing for your next deposition.

Interpreters and Interpreting Services for Depositions and Other Hearings in Illinois

More and more, our clients are taking advantage of our interpreting services when hiring a court reporter. That’s because many parties to lawsuits come from diverse places and backgrounds and don’t always speak English as a first language—or even a second or third language. For attorneys and paralegals this can pose a problem; it’s not always easy to find an interpreter who is capable of providing interpretation services within the required time frame, particularly if it’s a less common language or dialect. In other cases you might need a court reporter prepared to provide interpretation services in several different languages.

But we believe that delivering a comprehensive court reporting service means removing any and all language barriers. We’re capable of supplying certified court reporters and interpreters for virtually any language or dialect, not to mention sign language for the hearing impaired. More specifically, we can arrange for interpreting services for approximately 140 different languages and dialects, including Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, and Arabic. Have a need for interpreting services involving a much less common language? Give us a call today—we can help.

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