Finding the Best Court Reporters in Cleveland, Ohio
Top Cleveland Court Reporters for Your Case
Cady Reporting’s Standard for Court Reporters
Court reporters play a key role in trials and depositions across the world. To ensure the most accurate and efficient work, clients should ensure the litigation professional they are booking falls within the same standards of efficiency and accuracy that their clients expect from them. With Cady Reporting, attorneys and paralegals can expect these key features:
Certified Court Reporters
In the United States, court reporters are certified by the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA). This certification grants reporters anything from a Registered Professional Reporting Certification to a Certified Realtime Reporter License. These professionals should:
- Have an RPR certification, and be able to type at least 200 words per minute.
- Be skilled proofreaders, editors, and researchers.
- Be confident and accurate, but also respectful and easy to work with.
- Represent themselves and their profession with appropriate dress.
Accurate transcripts are important tools to a deposition or trial, as it is these notes that serve as tools for analysis for judges and attorneys. Court reporting firms should deliver a full transcript in multiple formats in a timely fashion. These transcripts should:
- Meet the transcript format set by the state.
- Be delivered on time.
- Should be as concise and accurate as possible.
- Court reporting firms should be as open about scheduling policies and keep those deliveries prompt to stay on schedule.
Complete Litigation Support
In this day and age, many court reporting firms have expanded their services past court reporting and provide full litigation services. This allows clients to confidently book services from the court reporting firm they know they can trust. Court reporting firms should:
- Offer short-notice availability, interpreting services, multi-media presentations, and legal video services.
- Provide deposition and conference suites for last-minute scheduling.
- Have on-site technicians to ensure all systems correctly sync to one another.
- Provide a client login for their website– allowing 24/7 access to their data and records.
- Use the latest CAT programs to transfer all transcripts to the litigation team in the required format.