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Voice-to-Text Not Ready for Prime Time

A Risk Too High for Litigation! WORDS MATTER! WHAT VOICE-TO-TEXT TRANSLATED   —   WHAT WAS ACTUALLY SAID An admissible evidence   – Inadmissible evidenceI wouldn’t know   – I would notePriceless   – Price listYou pee on other countries   – UPL and other countriesWorking as an illegal   – Working as a paralegalHe was absolutely thinking   – He was absolutely fakingLegal   –...
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Law Firms Lack Utilization of Marketplaces

Technology continues to flourish in the legal community.  Online marketplaces are providing impressive transparent legal support services to law firms.  There are service providers such as process servers, stenographers, virtual receptionists, interpreters, document creators, and more that are all valuable for the discovery process in litigation, and all those services are now easily accessible through...
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How much do court reporters charge for deposition services?

One of the first questions that a court reporter is asked when being scheduled for services for legal proceedings outside of the courthouse is simply, “How much do you charge?” The answer to that question is usually followed up with a combination of questions by the court reporter: How long is the proceeding intended to last?Will there be...
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Valuable Time

PARALEGALS AND LEGAL ASSISTANTS, HOW DO YOU SPEND YOUR TIME? Are you spending exorbitant time searching for and scheduling certified court reporters? Your time is better spent showcasing your expert abilities on pre-trial discovery! eCourt Reporters surveyed paralegals and 77% indicate it takes up to four hours to over a day to schedule one court...
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The LeXFactor and eCourt Reporters

Click Here to Listen to the LeXFactor Podcast now! In this episode of The LeXFactor, a lawfully good podcast, our podcast studio is once again populated with special guests. Special guest hosts Randy Schorfheide (Lexicon Sr. Manager of PR & Communications) and Scott Brennan (Lexicon CEO) welcome Karen Renee, President, and Judy Gerulat, Vice President, from eCourt Reporters to talk about “adapting and...
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Texts, Phone Calls, E-Mails, Social Media Blasts…THERE’S A BETTER WAY!

Tired of the endless search for certified court reporters? THE PROBLEM: Phone CallsText MessagesE-mail BlastsSocial Media PostsUnknown Charges at Time of BookingLack of Communication with Court ReporterUnknown Qualifications of Court Reporter There is a better way! Stop the madness and take advantage of efficiency! THE SOLUTION: Search Our Database for Certified, Vetted Court ReportersA FREE...
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Search for Certified Court Reporters by Name!

Have you received outstanding service from a court reporter or legal videographer in the past? Find their services again instantly with our custom search-by-name feature! eCourt Reporters is the only platform of its kind to provide paralegals and attorneys the ability to search and schedule court reporters by name. You’ve established a great relationship with a court reporter, and now with...
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Where in the World are the Deposition Transcripts?

HAVE YOUR DEPOSITION TRANSCRIPTS BEEN SENT AROUND THE WORLD WITHOUT YOUR KNOWLEDGE?  As more local court reporting firms are acquired by large corporations, knowing who has access to deposition transcripts is becoming crucial for client-centered law firms.  Outsourcing transcription services for legal proceedings is risky business as sensitive, confidential client information can be compromised. In attempts to...
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Pro Bono Court Reporting Services

Pro bono is a shortened Latin term meaning “for the public good.” Every lawyer, regardless of professional prominence or workload, has a responsibility to provide legal services to those unable to pay. Stressful times encourages Americans to do good and personal involvement in the problems of the disadvantaged can be one of the most rewarding...
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