October 2, 2020 by NCRA
Law360.com posted an article on Oct. 1 offering best practice tips for presenting exhibit in a remote deposition.
Reference to this article was published on the JCR.com, a publication of the National Court Reporters Association. For more information,...
May 28, 2019 by Myles Megee, Owner
Avoiding Travel, Stock Market Gyrations & High-Calorie Meals
- Don’t Want to Travel for a Deposition or Meeting? Don’t!
- What Are People Reading?
- Recent Stock Market Gyrations in Perspective
- High-Calorie Restaurant Meals to Avoid (or on which to splurge)
- Largest Twitter Followings
- Decoding Business Presentation Vocabulary
- Most Common On-line Passwords
- Facts about the Graduating Class of 2019
- Internet Statistics to Have in the...
February 13, 2019 by Myles Megee, Owner
Top Tweets of 2018, Happiness Lessons, and February Facts
- Little Known Facts about February
- 10 Habits of High-Peforming Attorneys: The Court Reporter Perspective
- Using the Power of Technology to Lighten Your Load in Depositions and at Trial
- Simple Lessons on Success and Happiness
- 8 Facts about Language from “Word-Nerd” Court Reporters
- Ten of the Best Parenting Tweets from the Last...
November 8, 2018 by Myles Megee, Owner
Lawyers on social media, shark bites, and Stephen Wright
- Statistics to Alter Your Perception of Legal Technology and Social Media
- Ten Fun Facts to Throw into Your Next Blog or Presentation
- 60 Seconds with Cornerstone Owner Myles Megee
- Quotations More or Less Related to the Law
- 7 Jokes that Are Safe for Business Use
October 8, 2018 by Myles Megee, Owner
Networking, Insurance Contracting, and Cost Shifting
We appreciate the opportunity to network with various court reporting firms locally and around the country, but we tend to be cautious with national firms because some of them engage in the practice of insurance contracting and cost shifting, or what is sometimes called fee shifting. ...
June 5, 2017 by NCRA
An article posted June 4 by the New York Daily News showcases the court reporting profession and illustrates why electronic recording cannot replace the human touch.
This article was originally published on theJCR.com, a publication of the National Court Reporters Association. For more information, please visit theJCR.com.…
February 15, 2016 by NCRA
On Feb. 14, the Meadville Tribune, Meadville, Pa., posted a press release issued by NCRA announcing that Feb. 14-20 has been designated as the 2016 National Court Reporting & Captioning Week. The weeklong event is designed to celebrate the court reporting and captioning professions and to help raise public awareness about the growing...
November 13, 2015 by NCRA
An article posted by the Kansas City Star on Nov. 13 showcases the careers of court reporting and medical transcription as alternative professions for graduates with liberal arts degrees. The article quotes NCRA member Donna Cascio, RDR, CMRS, an official court reporter from Somerset, Pa., and links to NCRA’s crTakeNote.com....