Posted on Sep 28, 2020
What Is a Legal Transcriptionist?
Legal transcriptionists and court reporters make up an important part of our legal system. They function as recorders of events, but also as powerful tools in the arsenal of skilled attorneys. An accurate and skilled transcriptionist can catch tiny details that are crucial to a case, but if they have a slow turnaround time, the attorney may not receive the needed transcripts in time to tease out all those crucial insights. Highly skilled, accurate, and fast transcriptionists or court reporters are a must for any legal professional seeking an edge.
Posted on Sep 03, 2020
What is Litigation: An Overview of the Litigation Process
Litigation is a noun most of us are familiar with, but few outside the legal field
understand the real definition. Litigation refers to the process of contesting and
resolving disputes in the legal system.
Posted on Aug 11, 2020
What Is a Stenographer? Everything You Have Wondered About Shorthand Typists
A stenographer is a person trained to type or write in shorthand methods, enabling them to write as quickly as people speak. Stenographers can create lasting documentation of everything from court cases to medical conversations. This is obviously useful in many legal settings, but the skill is also used for live closed captioning on television or captioning for hard-of-hearing audiences at events.
Posted on May 06, 2020
Webinar: How to Hold a Deposition by Video Conference
NAEGELI Deposition and Trial provides the tools necessary to conduct any deposition by video conference. In this webinar, we go over the specifics of how to participate in a video conference deposition, and address a number of frequently asked questions about the service. You can view a transcript of the entire video below, and read more about remote depositions
and video conferencing
with NAEGELI Deposition and Trial.
Posted on May 21, 2014
FINDING QUALITY COURT REPORTERS IN SEATTLE
At NAEGELI, we are aware that the role of a Seattle court reporter is crucial to the success of an attorney’s case, both in terms of the accuracy of the transcript and the services provided. If you do not choose the right quality court reporting firm you could end up with error-riddled transcripts which – even if minor – could affect how you read and interpret the testimony given. When deciding which court reporting firm to choose you should ensure that any choice made is a careful and considered one. When it comes to expertise in litigation support NAEGELI, has the right court reporters for your case.
Posted on Jun 1, 2015
SAVE YOUR CASE WITH LEGAL DOCUMENT SCANNING
Documents have always been an important part of practicing law, but in these days of digital overload, attorneys are bombarded with more files than ever before. Most legal documents cannot simply be shredded at the conclusion of a trial, because lawyers could be sued for destroying relevant evidence if the case is challenged. Federal discovery rules are now more complex and stringent than ever. In such an environment, it is crucial to have a way to backup legal files through document scanning services.
Posted on Sep 02, 2016
VIDEO CONFERENCING IN BOISE, IDAHO
Located just four miles from the Boise airport, Naegeli Deposition and Trial’s fully-equipped video conferencing suites are at your disposal. Contact us today if you’re in need of an elegant setting for your next Boise Idaho video conference
Posted on Jun 15, 2015
THE EVOLUTION AND HISTORY OF COURT REPORTING
As we all know, a court reporter is an essential part the legal process responsible for reporting depositions, hearings, trials and Communication access real-time translation (CART), also called open captioning or real-time stenography, or simply real-time captioning. What many people do not realize is the fact that court reporters have a wide range of responsibilities that do not always include the judicial system. Court reporters are hired by schools, universities and various other associations and corporations to provide transcripts for meetings, press conferences and speeches. Humankind has always made an attempt to document history whether it be in the form of prehistoric cave drawings or advanced voice-synced transcripts complete with hyperlinked exhibits. Let’s take a closer look at the history of court reporting.