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Court Reporting and Video

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 Whiteside County, IL | 866-374-7446 | Illinois Stenographers

One of the prime benefits of working with a court reporting agency—especially a full-service agency with a national footprint—is that it can be a single-source solution for all of your court reporting needs. As an attorney, paralegal, or member of a law firm’s support staff, you probably don’t have the time or the patience to search for a certified court reporter (never mind a qualified legal videographer and experienced interpreter), especially for those depositions or hearings that are expected to take place in .

At a full-service court reporting agency like ours, all your court reporting needs can be met with a single phone call. For more than two decades, we have been providing certified court reporters, interpreters, stenographers, videographers and litigation support services to corporate clients and law firms around the country. Over that time period we have developed a reputation for meeting and exceeding our clients’ needs, helping them obtain accurate transcripts of depositions, arbitrations, mediation hearings, and every other type of legal hearing that occurs before or after trial. So if you need a certified or licensed court reporter for a deposition in New York, Boston, Washington D.C., Denver, Dallas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle or anywhere else in the United States, we should be your first and only phone call.

At a glance, following is a sampling of the core services that we offer our esteemed clients, which include law firms large and small.

  • Conference Rooms
  • Videoconferencing Solutions
  • Certified Court Reporters
  • Legal Videographers
  • Interpreters
  • RealTime Reporting & Transcripts
  • Internet RealTime
  • LiveNote
  • Streaming Depos
  • E-Transcripts
  • Dailies
  • Online Calendar
  • Online Repository
  • Post-Production Services
  • Video Conversion
  • Video Duplication

As you can see from the above list, our great service doesn’t end when your deposition or hearing is over and transcript(s) delivered. After the fact you can count on us to help you manage transcripts and all other related documents. Our highly trained support staff is also available for technology consulting so that you can focus on what matters most in your case—working on behalf of your client.

Online Case Management as a Legal Advantage Illinois

As you probably know, technology has had a profound impact on legal work and the speed in which it can be completed. That’s why lawyers who can stay organized and quickly access all relevant information are the ones who end up winning the argument or the case at hand.

This is yet another reason it’s advantageous to retain a leading court reporting agency that can provide the technology to supply you with instant access to the documents you need for your deposition, arbitration hearing, or other legal proceeding. If you’re not yet able to do so, imagine being able to view your case information with just one keystroke on a computer—or on an iPad, iPhone, or any other mobile device connected to the Internet.

Online Access to Your Calendar, Transcripts, and Exhibits

Among our many capabilities, we can provide you with online and mobile access to everything related to your case, including:

– A personal online calendar
– Case transcripts
– Exhibits
– Billing information
– Invoices

Our secure online system allows you to view and download any materials you need—24/7. Only you and those individuals you designate (other attorneys, paralegals, and legal secretaries) have access to the highly sensitive materials related to your case in Illinois.

Arrange for a Professional Legal Videographer to Film Your Deposition | IL

Fortunately, though, legal videographers tend to speak much the same language—communicating their message through the power of an audio-video recording. As we’re sure you recognize, video can be an especially powerful medium when it comes to legal matters. If you need a court reporting service to record a deposition or hearing, you want to make sure that they employ expert videographers using the kind of cutting-edge technology that is capable of capturing the most subtle visual details, like positive or negative body language, facial expressions that don’t match the tone of voice, and gestures that may be indicative of witness coaching. A single nuance captured on video can make all the difference in the world when it comes to a settlement negotiation or courtroom argument.

So don’t fall into the trap of thinking that anyone with a camera and tripod can film your deposition and get the results you need. Insist on utilizing professionals who have been trained to film in a legal setting, who understand the importance of lighting, sound, and camera position, and who utilize top-of-the-line lighting and equipment 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.

Need an Interpreter for Your Deposition in Illinois?

One of the prime benefits of working with a national court reporting agency like ours is that we have relationships with a large, diverse array of interpreters covering more than 140 languages and dialects. As you know, the parties to lawsuits and other legal matters often come from diverse backgrounds and may not speak English as a first language. If you’re an attorney or paralegal you don’t want to spend your time and energy searching for a qualified interpreter, especially if you’re dealing with a less commonly spoken language or dialect. Leave it to us to find an interpreter who can provide the transcription and translation services you need.

It’s all part of our ongoing effort to meet our clients’ litigation support needs, whatever they may be. We believe that delivering a comprehensive court reporting service means removing all language barriers. We can arrange for interpreting services for languages like Mandarin, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Dutch, Polish, Russian, and Arabic, as well as many more. We are prepared to provide real-time translation of attorneys’ questions, in addition to the translation of documents during discovery. So whether you need an interpreter for a local case, an international deposition, or an arbitration hearing, we can make sure that all your needs and requirements are met.

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