There are 2 sides to every story. In litigation, they are called the plaintiff and defendant.  The plaintiff is the person (or company) that brings a legal complaint about someone else to the court.  In the case caption, the plaintiff is always listed first. An example would be Smithson v. Coolidge Company where Smithson (plaintiff) would have a complaint against Coolidge Company (defendant).

Our court reporters take the depositions of plaintiffs every day.  They record the testimony of the plaintiff on their stenographic equipment, the court reporter then turns those shorthand notes into a written record called the transcript.

Our staff of court reporters at Cady Reporting brings over 100 years of experience to each deposition.  No matter what side you’re on, you’ll get an optimal record every time.