The Reporter Newsletter – April 2011

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The Reporter Newsletter – April 2011

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April 2011

From the President

One of our articles this month reintroduces the Mobile Transcript app, which delivers transcripts to your iPad at no charge. The second article below describes the features of the app and its benefits to your practice.

For over two decades, we have been keeping right in step with the evolution of technology in both the court reporting and the legal industries, making sure that you always receive accurate transcripts delivered to you on time.

Please let us know if we can improve our technology in any way that might help fill your court reporting needs even more.

Best regards,
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

Fight the Battle Against Clutter

There are countless de-clutter gurus online that promise to help you get clutter-free, so which advice is the best for YOU? The truth of the matter is that whatever de-cluttering technique you choose to follow, it will only work if you really go at it — if you work hard and commit yourself to getting clutter-free.

Here are 5 de-cluttering techniques I have found that work well for many people. As de-cluttering is a war against mess, I call them by the following names.

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Want Your Transcripts Delivered to Your iPad? No Problem.

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.

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That’s What the Law’s About

To be sung to “The Hokey Pokey.”

You have to dot those i’s.
You’ve got to cross those t’s.
You have to seem so wise.
You must justify those fees.
And if you’re smart and lucky
You will turn your case around.
That’s what the law’s about.

You’ve got to prep those briefs
And make them long and dense,
And prove your clients’ beefs,
Even if they make no sense.
Be sure to play your cards right,
And a winner you’ll be found.
That’s what the law’s about.

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