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Innovation to Court Reporter Glossaries

What makes a highly sought-after court reporter more valuable than a competitor? There are many different dimensions of “skill” when it comes to reporters, including words per minute (wpm), rhythm, focus, neutrality,  and confidentiality. More often than not, it comes down to the variation in skills with stenographic shorthand. For Read more…

By Alex Hewitt, ago
About vTestify

What’s the Difference Between Digital Court Reporting and vTestify?

In the 1990s courtrooms across the country began making a switch from court reporter transcribed proceedings to Audio Visual (AV) recording systems, marking the birth of Digital Court Reporting (DCR). Replacing trained stenographers was a sound technician who would operate the latest multichannel microphones strategically placed throughout the courtroom. The Read more…

By Alex Hewitt, ago
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The Rise of the CINO

In a recent survey commissioned by Am Law firm Thompson Hine, they asked 176 company in-house counsel and senior executives how much “innovation” they were seeing at their law firm. The results were stark, with 81% reporting “little” or “hardly any”’ and 15% reporting “none”. With findings such as these, Read more…

By Alex Hewitt, ago
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SOLID West Insights

This year’s Summit on Legal Innovation & Disruption (SOLID), really delivered on its name.  Not only did I get to spend time with amazing group of industry leaders, the big picture of the current state of LegalTech became even more clear, with a sneak peak into the future of the Read more…

By Michael Hewitt, ago