How is a court reporting firm structured? How does one work?
According to Herbert Hallas' new book, Guardians of the Record, court reporting has been around as a profession in the United States since at least 1860, when lawmakers gave New York City courts the permission to hire stenographers to speed up courtroom proceedings and improve the accuracy of court records. Even after all that time, no specific structure can be pointed to today as the "best" for delivering court reporting services. Different clients require different models.
First-ever lunar deposition
Harpeth Court Reporters decides to join in on the April Fool's Day foolishness.