The Reporter E-Letter Articles

17Nov2013

Your Online Historical Information Archivist

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By Mary Ellen Bates, President, Bates Information Services
Researchers and info pros know that everything is NOT available for free on the web, although sometimes it feels that way. One area in which it is evident that information comes with a price tag is news from more than a month or two ago.
01Feb2011

Want Transcripts Delivered to a 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 smartphone. We upload your transcripts to the Mobile Transcript website, which in turn downloads the transcripts to your iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or Blackberry devices. And it doesn’t cost you anything. Mobile Transcript allows you to: highlight and flag text;
01Jan2010

The Heroes of Last-Minute Depositions

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By Barbara Lynch, Staff Writer
My first approach to writing this article was to open with a scenario that litigation professionals could relate to with regard to scheduling last-minute depositions: the stress it can cause with the high chance of something not going right. But I didn’t want to insult anyone’s intelligence by pointing out something that we are all too familiar with:  Litigation professionals know firsthand how deposition planning can be unpredictable due to multiple parties’ calendars needing to be aligned,
01Nov2009

An Online Comfort Zone for Firms

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By Barbara Lynch, Staff Writer
“Are you Tweeting?” That seems to be a popular question being asked in social circles. When I say “no” to that question and then top it off by saying that it’s still challenging for me to walk and “text” at the same time or that I don’t have a Facebook® page,
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.