Insights

August 12, 2013

“Field of mutual respect” key to lawyer-court reporter relationship

Under the Ministry of the Attorney General’s new model, lawyers will be able to have the same court reporter from discovery through to trial – a move that further emphasizes the importance of a good working relationship between all parties, says Toronto court reporter Kimberley Neeson.

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August 01, 2013

Court reporting on Canada’s longest-running class action

One of the most complicated, technical pieces of work ever undertaken by Neeson & Associates was the court reporting on Canada’s longest-running class action trial, styled Andersen et al v. St. Jude Medical Inc. In 1997, St. Jude Medical began to coat the sewing rings of mechanical heart valves and annuloplasty rings with a product called Silzone®. This product was intended to reduce the risk of bacterial infection. However, by January 2000 a world-wide recall was announced by St. Jude, and by...

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July 22, 2013

Leveraging technology

As with so many other industries, technology has impacted court reporting and the ancillary services firms such as Neeson & Associates provides. Below are a few such examples where time, money and access have been greatly improved and enhanced by the court reporting firm and technology working hand-in-glove.

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July 17, 2013

Leveraging Technology to Make Law More Affordable

As with so many other industries, technology has impacted court reporting and the ancillary services firms such as Neeson & Associates provides. Below are a few such examples where time, money and access have been greatly improved and enhanced by the court reporting firm and technology working hand-in-glove.

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July 13, 2013

Canadian Court Reporters are Vital to Legal Community

Court reporting requires a professional team to support all of the demands of the legal profession here in Canada, and Canadian court reporters provide the important services needed to keep attorneys supplied with vital material they need to best serve their clients.

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May 15, 2013

Enhancing court access for those with disabilities

Arranging an appropriate viewing scenario, preparing materials in advance and maintaining an open line of communication are ways to ensure onsite captioning is successful in a courtroom setting, says Toronto court reporter Kimberley Neeson.

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April 15, 2013

Kim Neeson featured as one of Canada’s “Distinctive Women”

In less than two decades, Kim Neeson's vision has been instrumental in changing the way court reporting, documentation and even legal communication is handled, both inside the courtroom and out.

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April 01, 2013

Technology, if embraced, can aid organization

When technology is used as an organizational tool, success will depend on the talent of the person using the tool, and their ability to leverage nuances within it, says Toronto court reporter Kimberley Neeson.

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March 15, 2013

Need assistance to comply with AODA training requirements?

The AODA - Making life better for those with hearing loss

 

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February 18, 2013

Neeson's "Say It Forward" program featured in Canadian Lawyer/Law Times

After being frustrated with the "inappropriate" gift giving that occurs in the profession, a member of the legal community says she has the answer.

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