Insights

August 26, 2014

Realtime Reporting Shines in Nortel Networks Bankruptcy Hearings

It’s hard to believe that three months have now passed and the evidence completed in the Nortel Networks bankruptcy hearings– both the cross-border and the Canadian claims – has come to an end. In this technology-laden trial – a first for almost everyone involved – the verdict is in and ready for dissection.

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August 21, 2014

Dick & Jane - Exhibit Repository

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August 20, 2014

Nortel cross-border trial brought challenges for court reporters

 

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August 19, 2014

SayItForward Continues to Enhance Access to Justice

 

SayItForward is focussed on providing access to court reporting, videoconferencing, legal videography and meeting room services to those who are financially struggling to pay for these services on their own. 

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July 28, 2014

Neeson to Discuss Essentials of Realtime Streaming at NCRA Convention, SF

 

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June 26, 2014

Realtime Technology – A Neesons Specialty

Neesons brought realtime court reporting, where the spoken word is instantly translated into written text,  to the forefront of court reporting upon its inception.  As technology has expanded, so has Neesons’ offerings in this unique area. While many firms say they “do” realtime, this speciality is not only about the technology, but about the people who perform the service.Neesons is proud to be the gold standard in Canada for the delivery of realtime court reporting.Our reporters write at over...

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June 26, 2014

Dick & Jane - International Scheduling 2014

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June 26, 2014

Dick & Jane - Remote Depositions 2014

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June 02, 2014

If accuracy and timeliness are a given …

If accuracy and timeliness are a given in the court reporting freelance industry, then are there any differentiators out there? Just about every ad one can see in the court reporting world talks about how their firm provides the most accurate or the most timely transcripts on the planet.

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May 19, 2014

Outsourcing of realtime captioning work raises privacy issues

The Ontario Ministry of Transportation’s move to hire a U.S.-based vendor to provide captioning services to cover internal meetings raises privacy concerns and does nothing to contribute to the province’s economy, says Toronto court reporter Kimberley Neeson.

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