Your Cleveland Legal Video Company
Cady Reporting offers the latest in ultra high-speed wi-fi, high definition video, and tele-conferencing!
Cleveland, Ohio’s Premier Legal Videographers
Our videographers are experienced Certified Legal Video Specialists (CLVS). As such, they are trained under the legal videography standards set by the National Court Reporters Association and always provide state-of-the-art technology.
Our CLVS* certified, fully digital multimedia department is experienced in handling all of your video needs – from the deposition, duplication, and synching to courtroom playback and trial support.
Cutting Edge Technology!
Digital Real-Time Video!
Our Videography Department Provides:
- High-quality HD video equipment
- Products available in DVD, CD and DV formats
- In-house transcript-video synching
- Full-service duplication and format transfer services
- Same and next day video copies and transfers with DVD, CD and MPEG formats
- Audio-video courtroom playback support
- Our team also has courtroom experience with a variety of trial support software
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Our Cleveland, Ohio Offices
Western Reserve Building
1468 West 9th Street
Cleveland, Ohio 44113
Cleveland, Ohio Court Reporters
Legal Video and Court Reporting News
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Cady Reporting Services has been featured as Cleveland's Premier court reporting firm on several prominent blogs. We are at it again in this featured article entitled, "The Role Court Reporters Play in the Legal System." The article goes on to state, "In Cleveland,...read more
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Does Ohio Law Provide an Absolute or Qualified Privilege to the Employer? By Douglas M. Eppler When an employer discharges an employee for purported misconduct, it is possible, perhaps even likely, that the two sides will have very different perspectives about what...read more
Forty-three people were indicted in federal court for their roles in two separate conspiracies to sell large amounts of drugs in the Mansfield area. The drugs included fentanyl, heroin, oxycodone, marijuana, crack cocaine, cocaine and methamphetamine. Some of these...read more
The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland and the ACLU of Ohio today filed a federal lawsuit that alleges the suburb of Bedford's nuisance ordinance is unconstitutional and discriminatory. The suit specifically says the city used its ordinance to label the apartment of a...read more