Atlanta Court Reporting Blog

Hair of the Dog and Other Colloquialisms

Making Sense of Common Phrases As a court reporting firm owner, my life and work are steeped in a passion for words and language. This was notable at a wedding I recently attended in Hilton Head. As a group of … Continue reading

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3 Important Ethical Responsibilities of Every Court Reporter

Star Wars. Good versus evil… Right versus wrong… Those both make interesting fodder for Hollywood blockbusters; most of us rally for the good guy (or gal) because he respects the norms of society and seeks justice for cultural inequalities. I am … Continue reading

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Ethical Court Reporting in a Big Box World

March is Ethics Awareness Month. As a court reporting firm owner, this is reason to celebrate and educate regarding ethical court reporting! Celebrating Reporter Excellence Since the dawn of transcription, court reporters have had two primary roles in the legal … Continue reading

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