Adaptability in Court Reporting

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What keeps a business alive for more than 40 years? There are a number of factors to take into account. The business’ services must be excellent. Management must be responsible. The hired professionals must not only be dedicated to their craft, but to providing their clients with quality customer service. These, among others, might seem like a long laundry list of things to keep in mind, but they all fall under a similar umbrella: part of what enables professionals to do these right is adaptability.

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Businesses cannot operate the same way for nearly half a century. To be a successful business, owners must be willing implement new technologies and services to better adapt to the many needs of their modern clients. This is especially important in major cities that are fast paced and demand the newest, the latest, and the greatest. Companies that do not do this fall behind the curve and eventually out of favor.

Take Laws Reporting, a Miami court reporting firm, as a good example. When it comes to the hustle and bustle of the greater Miami area, companies must keep up to date to keep the attention of their clients– in this instance, attorneys. With the face-paced world of Miami law, attorneys can’t afford to wait for a court reporter’s technology to keep up with them. That is why Laws Reporting utilizes the best, fastest, and most reliable technology in the business on each and ever one of their jobs.

“A lot of businesses in big cities miss the mark for what their clients need,” Jasel Patel, CEO of NGOTechnologies says. “Laws Reporting has found that sweet spot between big city expectations, and small city personalization and standard of customer service. They are truly a force to be reckoned with.”

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But more than that, the average attorney doesn’t have time to cherry pick between litigation support firms for all of their legal needs. Just because a firm offers great court reporting, it doesn’t mean that they offer any other services. Laws Reporting saw this need and made it their mission to serve as the only litigation support firm an attorney might need. Attorneys can come to Laws Reporting with any legal support need and be satisfied every time.

Sometimes, an attorney might not need a court reporter, but they need a reliable videography service. That’s fine. Laws Reporting utilizes top-tier technology so that everything is seen and heard with crystal clear quality. In need of a remote deposition? These Miami court reporters are available even via any videoconferencing platform so that attorneys can have a legal deposition anywhere in the world.

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Laws Reporting makes the effort to actually listen to the needs of their clients and implement them into the way Laws functions as a whole. This is a step many businesses aren’t willing to follow through with, which can often lead to a business’ downfall. Because of Laws’ dedication to its clients, it has become one of the top court reporting firms in South Florida. Laws sets the standards for nearby litigation support firms.

For more information on Laws Reporting, call (305) 358-2700, email laws@lawsreporting.com, or fill out this contact form.

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NNRC Response to Coronavirus

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(Folsom, California) March 18, 2020

The National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) is concerned with the health and safety of their clients and employees before anything else. As the situation with the coronavirus, or COVID19, changes, the staff at the NNRC closely monitors the updates from the World Heath Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to ensure everyone stays healthy and staff in this trying time.

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Governments across the world are taking their own preventative measures to protect their people from infection, starting with proper sanitation and disinfecting practices. For some, this means limiting physical contact and regularly washing hands. For others, this means social isolation and staying home unless absolutely necessary to leave. For others, it’s somewhere between with social distancing.

Each NNRC partner is taking necessary measures to keep their communities safe throughout all the uncertainty. To help the the their clients’ cases continue to flow, the NNRC and its partners are happy to offer their remote deposition services to attorneys and paralegals across the world.

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With their quality court reporters and up-to-date technology on standby, attorneys can continue their work from the safety of their home. Clear audio, visuals, and accurate transcripts are guaranteed no matter where in the world the NNRC’s services are required. Clients and their legal teams can meet face to face without having to leave the comfort of their homes.

For more information on the remote deposition services provided by the NNRC,  call (866) 337-6672 or email debbe.dreher@nnrc.com.

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