The Reporter January 2018


The Reporter January 2018

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  Helpful Information for Legal Professionals
  • Videoconferencing vs. Web Conferencing
  • Why Continual Education is Important to Your Career
  • 11 Effective Time Management Tips for Busy Office Managers
  • Maximizing Your Lunch Hour: Tips for Busy Legal Professionals
  • Ten Simple Productivity Tips for Organizing Your Work Life

From the President


In case your attorney hasn’t tried it yet, let me remind you about our web conferencing service. This service facilitates conducting depositions remotely from the convenience of a laptop, desktop, or a mobile device in your own office. See our lead article below for the details.  I think you will find this useful.

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Best regards,
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

Videoconferencing vs. Web Conferencing

By Atkinson-Baker Court Reporters

Fortunately, attorneys have options when it comes to deciding the best way to make a deposition accessible and efficient for all parties involved. Videoconferencing and web conferencing are two great options for achieving these goals.

Key Differences between Videoconferencing and Web Conferencing

Web conferencing assists the taking of depositions with attorneys and/or the witness in remote locations from each other. The witness will be located at the same location as the court reporter, while the attorneys may be located remotely.  Both the attorney and the witness will be connected to a computer or a tablet running software that allows them to see and hear each other.  This software provides a video stream of each party over the Internet.  The attorney can ask deposition questions and the witness can answer them as if they were in the same room together.

Read the full article here.






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