Transcripts/E-Transcripts

11Dec2013

Customizing Your Condensed Transcripts

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Once a quarter the Atkinson-Baker Newsletter, Discovery Update,TM features those topics that shape the law itself and its practice. We address a broad variety of topics such as: copyright laws, unpublished opinions, discovery rules, employment law, evidence, expert witnesses, deposition practices, handling of exhibits and many, many more.
13Mar2013

Steps of Transcript Production – Atkinson-Baker Court Reporters

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As a rough rule of thumb, it could be said that the work a court reporter does in public, at the deposition or hearing, is about one-half to one-third of the total time needed to prepare a transcript. There are five phases to getting a transcript produced. They are: Reporting Translation or Note Reading Scoping Proofreading &
01Apr2011

Want Your Transcripts Delivered to Your Smartphone at No Charge? No Problem.

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Mobile Transcript is an app that provides you with the ability to fully utilize deposition transcripts on your iPad or smartphone. We upload your transcripts to the Mobile Transcript website, which in turn downloads the transcripts to your iPad, iPod Touch, or Blackberry devices. And it doesn’t cost you anything. Mobile Transcript allows you to: highlight and flag text;
07Mar2011

Transcript Delivery & Quality Control

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It isn’’t that long ago that your only choice in receiving a transcript was to receive a certified copy from your court reporter. You would then have to take it apart, photocopy it, pull out the scissors, and physically cut and paste the relevant portions. Although the terms “copy,” “cut,” and “paste”
11Aug2009

About E-transcript™

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What is E-Transcript? E-transcript is an electronic means of receiving your transcript either on disk, CD or by e-mail. Unlike getting an ASCII, e-transcript has the program already built in so there is no additional software to buy and install. E-transcript has a number of features which an ASCII is lacking.
01Aug2009

Electronic Transcript Management Made Easy

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By Barbara Lynch, Staff Writer
Today’s technology has caused the amount of paper being used in the legal industry to be cut back over the years, but the quantity of paperwork that still is flowing in and out of law offices can be overwhelming for any legal professional working in litigation.