As the founder and CEO of Alaris Litigation Services, my goal for our company is simple: our customers have problems, we have solutions and we’ll make them happen.
When preparing for your upcoming trial, it is vital to have the right support system behind you. Obtaining a trial technician who can meet your standards and abilities is key.
Let’s face it: getting certified to be a court reporter isn’t the most fun task in the world.
Imagine this scenario: you’re sitting on a jury early in the morning, trying to stay awake while listening to a witness read their deposition in a voice so monotone it...
Trial lawyers, especially those in complex cases involving multiple documents, witnesses and complicated concepts and terminology, are faced with a challenge most teachers also face.
We’ve all heard the expression “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Well, in the case of a deposition,a video is worth a thousand pictures, so powerful is the impact...
A rough-draft transcript offers a generally less-expensive alternative to realtime transcription. In a rough-draft scenario, the reporter still sets up his or her CAT system to translate the steno strokes...
Time was when steno machines would spew paper tape as the court reporter furiously pounded out the keystrokes that recorded testimony.
Not all reporters provide a realtime feed. Realtime reporters have to be familiar with setting up the technology involved in sending the realtime feed.
In today’s market, competitive fee structures and quality legal work are no longer enough for firms without a good diversity record to attract new corporate clients.