Neesons brings answers to questions about implementing technology in every day situations.
Court Reporting is a tough job, particularly on our bodies. But with these self-care options, captioners and court reporters might just feel better at the end of a long day. Kim Neeson (she of the very long neck and torso!) shares her experience.
All out-of-court cross-examinations are not billed equally.
As a working realtime court reporter and owner of Neesons, I’ve experienced stress in its many forms over the years. When I started court reporting, lawyers and judges spoke more for the record; breaks were longer; the rush just wasn’t the same. Today, the pace at which lawyers speak, the expedited transcript delivery, and the amount of time court reporters are sitting either at their shorthand machines or laptop computers has increased significantly. And they said computers would give us a...
The spirit of giving is upon us again at Neesons Court Reporting
It's hard to believe that we are almost at the end of 2017...what a year it's been! A move to 77 King Street West, one of the award-winning TD Centre buildings was one of the biggest highlights of our year...and the fact that, as a result of overwhelming demand, we are expanding our space in the new year!
In this 4th instalment, Neesons highlights Exhibit Bridge, a specialized electronic document display software system for use at discovery, deposition, arbitration, trial or hearing. Whether you want a cloud-based solution or one that resides only in the room, Neesons has a product that is right for you.
Neesons congratulates winner Peter Griffin as 2017's award recipient
On Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017, our friend and client, Peter Griffin, will receive the Ontario Bar Association's Award of Excellence in Civil Litigation. Neesons is a proud sponsor of the gala celebrating Peter's accomplishments, to be held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Toronto.
In this third instalment of Neesons' "state of the nation 2017" video series, realtime captioning/CART is highlighted.
Like so many things, realtime captioning/CART (Computer Access Realtime Reporting) has really progressed in the last 20+ years. When Neesons first started providing realtime captioning, using an LCD projector with enhanced fonts was a really big deal. There was little that could be changed back in those days, so if you wanted captioning in a room, you needed a good front seat!