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.
Out-of-town witnesses or counsel can now avail themselves of appearing virtually in Toronto's downtown courthouses.
Neesons brings answers to questions about implementing technology in every day situations.
Is Shorthand Reporting Really Needed Anymore? People are always fascinated by that little shorthand machine. They’ve seen it on TV and in movies. It looks kind of funky. People always want to know how it works, and once it is explained they almost invariably say, “Wouldn’t voice recognition be better?” or “Isn’t that system so old-fashioned?” Sometimes I’ve had witnesses and lawyers ask, “Is that voice recognition you’re doing there?” even though that little machine is in front of me and my...
Neesons Court Reporting provides voice-to-text translation called captioning in all types of legal settings to the hearing loss community to ensure they are able to participate in the process, says Kim Neeson, company founder and president.