There's a fine line to tread when discussing technology in the court reporting industry. The technology Remote Counsel equips court reporters with enables them to do their jobs more effectively and efficiently, while also providing them with additional revenue opportunities. It does not attempt to replace the court reporter in any way. Suggesting that that is even possible is laughable - but it hasn't stopped some critics.
Being a court reporter is hard - especially when you have to keep a straight face in the middle of a trial or deposition. Disorder in the American Courts compiled real quotes from actual court proceedings for our reading pleasure. Read on for a few of our favorites!
As technology continues to proliferate the court reporting market, more and more attorneys prefer to attend depositions remotely to save money, time, and convenience. With this proliferation comes new responsibilities – and challenges – for court reporters to satisfy their clients.
Remote Counsel, the leading provider of remote participation solutions for legal events, proudly announces that their Remote Counsel Realtime text streaming service is now fully integrated into Stenovations’ digitalCAT software.
Many individuals throughout the court reporting industry remain confused on the subject of CART and what it really means.
Luckily for us, Remote Counsel's partner Kramm Court Reporting has published a blog article that answers all of the questions you might have on Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART).