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What did Cady do this week? Whew! We’re happily exhausted 😊 Let’s take a look at why as we recap our busy week. This week our court reporters and legal videographers covered depositions, hearings, and arbitrations for our lovely clients. Our reporters were creating...
Credit: Feedster The world of law is fast-paced and rapidly changing, making the internet a fantastic tool for attorneys. When an attorney needs to research something, they have millions of pages of information at their fingertips. With such a high reliance on...
Lawyers are essential to the running of society. This role is a lot of responsibility to shoulder, no? Cases that are difficult and take a toll both physically and emotionally, on top of long hours can put attorneys at-risk to use and abuse addictive substances. ...
What does our week have in store for us? This week Cady Reporting will be covering a variety of jobs around the state. Our court reporters will be covering jobs for law firms in Downtown Cleveland to the North, Richfield, and Independence to the South, Chagrin Falls,...
Case Western Reserve University will be presenting an extremely important and timely CLE on April 17, 2020. The title of this event is, Climate Change and the Arctic: Massive Change, Uncertain Impacts. Sponsoring this seminar is the Canada-United States Law Institute...
Ah, the dreaded questions stenographers and court reporters have had to endure hearing over and over again: “Why are we still hiring stenographers when we could just be recording the proceedings and typing them up later?” and “Isn’t your job going to be obsolete...