The Reporter Newsletter – June 2012

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The Reporter Newsletter – June 2012

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June 2012

From the President

Utilizing new technologies is imperative in litigation today, and, because testimony is an important part of the discovery process and is complex by nature, it is our desire to give you what you need.

Not every court reporting agency provides deposition management tools for their clients. But that is one of our main goals, so that assisting your attorneys with their trial preparation process goes smoothly.

We are constantly improving upon our systems to help you manage your court reporting scheduling and transcript management. Please let us know how we can further improve our technologies or services to better serve you and your attorneys.

Best Regards,
Sheila Atkinson-Baker

In Search of the Rest of Your Career

By Chere Estrin

We all start out headed in one direction, and, darn it, if we don’t end up in another.

There are estimates that people have three to five completely different careers in one lifetime. That’s a lot of time invested when including the decision-making process, transition time, learning curve, and years to gain a little experience.

Let’s introduce the concept of career-changing rather than changing careers. This means taking charge of your present career and changing it to best suit your needs. Change is hard. I should know. Starting out in paralegal management years ago, becoming an entrepreneur, moving as an executive to a $5 billion corporation, exec in an $80 million company, then back to entrepreneur, all the while staying in the legal field, I created a pattern of pushing change on myself rather than opting for a secure road. There were no “accidental” jobs.

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HEARD IN COURT

Counsel:What device do you have in your laboratory to test alcohol content?

Witness:I have a dual column gas chromatograph, Hewlett-Packard 5710A with flame analyzation detectors.

The Court: Can you get that on mag wheels?

Witness: Only on floor models.