Can Precision Reporting, Inc. help manage large, complex cases?

Absolutely. We understand that when there is a large case with many depositions, it is easier for everyone to keep the same reporter on each case. Our highly qualified court reporters combined with a trained Precision Reporting, Inc. professional working with you to get you started will keep you organized from beginning to end.

Does Precision Reporting, Inc. have In-house Reporters and Videographers?

Yes. Many court reporting companies hire free-lance reporters and videographers which means that the clients are not always experienced, consistent professionals and may be charged higher rates. The professionals at Precision Reporting, Inc. have become well-known in the legal industry for their expertise and dedication.

Is Precision Reporting, Inc.  a National Company?

Yes, while Precision Reporting’s main offices are located in Pennsylvania & New Jersey, Precision has developed a well maintained group of professionals that not only operate in every state in the United States but also in nearly every country in the world. Precision Reporting, Inc. maintains record of all transcripts no matter where the job is located.

What are some of the technologies that are having a direct effect on the court reporting marketplace today?

In recent years, technology has begun to have a major effect on court reporting. Precision Reporting stays up-to-date with Interactive Realtime Reporting, Videoconferencing, Internet Communications, Encrypted E-mail Services, and Courtroom Trial Presentation Software. Precision Reporting, Inc. professionals have researched and trained on the latest technology so that you can concentrate on practicing law.

What is Realtime?

Realtime is the instant translation of shorthand into English via the court reporter’s notebook computer to the Realtime software on the attorney’s laptop. It is a rough draft and it is not yet edited or proofread by the court reporter. One advantage is that the attorney has the draft transcript immediately available for reference. Realtime software allows you to review, annotate, Quick Mark, and Auto Mark transcript text as it scrolls by on your computer screen during a deposition, arbitration, or at trial. You can also scroll back to the beginning of the day to check what was said or to another day’s transcript – instantly. These are just a few of the many advantages of using Realtime software.