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Your San Juan Travel Guide for Firm Owners 2016

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 14, 2016 9:55:34 AM / by Emily Barnhill posted in Court Reporting, Tradeshows

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The National Court Reporters Association is hosting their Firm Owners Executive Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico starting this Sunday - and Remote Counsel is thrilled to be an exhibitor and sponsor!

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The 12 Online Classes Court Reporters Should Enroll In

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 17, 2016 12:50:13 PM / by Emily Barnhill posted in Remote Counsel University, Technology Proliferation, Technology, Court Reporting

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Regardless of how far in your court reporting career you are, there is always more to learn. Lucky for us, there are thousands of free, online courses and resources available to help further your career and boost your resume.

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Morning Habits to Keep You at the Top of Your Court Reporting Game

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 18, 2016 12:30:36 PM / by Emily Barnhill posted in Court Reporting

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We've all been there. Your alarm starts ringing early in the morning and you contemplate whether or not to hit that snooze button and catch a few extra minutes of shut-eye. While you might thinks it's too tempting to resist, waking up and forming morning habits has long been associated with success.

 

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The Best Legal TV Shows of All Time

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 21, 2016 12:01:53 PM / by Emily Barnhill posted in Court Reporting, Media

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A few months ago, Remote  Counsel ranked some of our favorite legal films of all time. The response was huge - and we had a lot of requests from readers who wanted us to list our favorite legal television shows as well. There was a lot to choose from, but we managed to narrow down our Top 10. Read on for the results!

 

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Objections Raised as Courtrooms Go Digital - Boston Globe

[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 6, 2016 2:57:58 PM / by Emily Barnhill posted in Technology Proliferation, Technology, Court Reporting

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As the Boston Globe reports, court reporters in the state of Massachusetts are beginning to fear for their job stability as hundreds of courtrooms are being transitioned to digital recording systems. 

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The Ultimate Court Reporter Holiday Gift Guide

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 16, 2015 10:01:21 AM / by Emily Barnhill posted in Remote Participation, Court Reporting, Polycom

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 The holiday season is winding down, and we're sure some of you have last minute shopping to do for friends and family. We've compiled the ultimate holiday gift guide for court reporters (or anyone for that matter) to help you out! 

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Foolproof Strategies for Selling Remote Participation Services

[fa icon="calendar'] Dec 10, 2015 9:36:44 AM / by Emily Barnhill posted in Insider, Cameo II, Remote Counsel University, Technology Proliferation, Technology, Remote Participation, Court Reporting, Margin Pressure, Streaming, Videoconferencing

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So, you've taken the plunge and now provide remote particpation services for attorneys. Whether that's videoconferencing, bridging, chat, or streaming, you need to know how to effectively sell your new services  in order to maximize your profits (and the attorney's level of satisfaction with your firm). We've taken part of our Remote Counsel University Sales and Marketing course to explain some of the best strategies for selling remote participation services to attorneys.

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How a Neuropsychologist Proved Court Reporters Are a Necessity

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 12, 2015 9:02:33 AM / by Emily Barnhill posted in Technology Proliferation, Technology, Remote Participation, Court Reporting, CART, Captioning, CART Captioning, Streaming, Text Streaming

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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.

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The Ten Best Conference Room Scenes in The Office

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 29, 2015 12:32:54 PM / by Emily Barnhill posted in Cameo II, Technology Proliferation, Technology, Court Reporting, Media, Scheduling, Room Rentals

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As we've said in blogs before, court reporters are now responsible for organizing and managing depositions in ways that were previously unheard of. That includes the added responsibility of finding a suitable deposition space that is compatible with the latest deposition technologies. 

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Comic Relief in the Courtroom

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 22, 2015 1:06:03 PM / by Emily Barnhill posted in Technology, Remote Participation, Court Reporting, CART Captioning, Streaming, Text Streaming

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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!

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