For years, most of Canada has experienced a decline in shorthand reporters who have always been the recognized guardians of the record. As Canada's premier court reporting firm, responding to this crisis was identified as a top priority in 2017.
Accessibility and inclusion are important to us all. Kim Neeson has created a 1.5 hour program, eligible for 1.5 LSO hours EDI Professionalism Hours, for lawyers, law clerks or staff who interact with the public. Over 10% of Canada's population has a hearing loss of some kind, and the statistics will only rise as the population ages.
Rosalie Kramm and Kimberley Neeson, experts in court reporting, to share valuable insights on running a court reporting business.
Over the last several years, there's been lots of talk of electronic discovery and trials. As more judges and litigators go paperless, don't be left behind! This blog will explore just how easy it is to get started.
It's been a whirlwind of activity this year for Neeson Court Reporting, sponsoring, donating services and attending legal and CART-related events.
From scheduling to reporting to transcribing, there are many high-pressure demands placed on court reporters in their job. In over 30 years of reporting, here’s what’s changed.
In an interview with AdvocateDaily, Kim Neeson, President of Neeson Court Reporting, discusses pre-planning for court reporting requirements in large, complex trials.
Neesons was the firm of choice to provide realtime, rough draft and certified transcripts in the Robinson-Huron and Robinson-Superior Annuities trial held over the last several months in Northern Ontario. The case is a first of its kind, involving the interpretation of the annuity clause in treaties dating back to 1850.
Transcripts Assist the Efficiency of Public Inquiries
Neesons is providing same day rough draft and overnight certified transcripts in the Long-Term Care Homes Public Inquiry focusing on the tragic events caused by former nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer.