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A Risk Too High for Litigation! WORDS MATTER! WHAT VOICE-TO-TEXT TRANSLATED   —   WHAT WAS ACTUALLY SAID An admissible evidence   – Inadmissible evidenceI wouldn’t know   – I would notePriceless   – Price listYou pee on other countries   – UPL and other countriesWorking as an illegal   – Working as a paralegalHe was absolutely thinking   – He was absolutely fakingLegal   –...
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Technology continues to flourish in the legal community.  Online marketplaces are providing impressive transparent legal support services to law firms.  There are service providers such as process servers, stenographers, virtual receptionists, interpreters, document creators, and more that are all valuable for the discovery process in litigation, and all those services are now easily accessible through...
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PARALEGALS AND LEGAL ASSISTANTS, HOW DO YOU SPEND YOUR TIME? Are you spending exorbitant time searching for and scheduling certified court reporters? Your time is better spent showcasing your expert abilities on pre-trial discovery! eCourt Reporters surveyed paralegals and 77% indicate it takes up to four hours to over a day to schedule one court...
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Click Here to Listen to the LeXFactor Podcast now! In this episode of The LeXFactor, a lawfully good podcast, our podcast studio is once again populated with special guests. Special guest hosts Randy Schorfheide (Lexicon Sr. Manager of PR & Communications) and Scott Brennan (Lexicon CEO) welcome Karen Renee, President, and Judy Gerulat, Vice President, from eCourt Reporters to talk about “adapting and...
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Pro bono is a shortened Latin term meaning “for the public good.” Every lawyer, regardless of professional prominence or workload, has a responsibility to provide legal services to those unable to pay. Stressful times encourages Americans to do good and personal involvement in the problems of the disadvantaged can be one of the most rewarding...
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As lawyers get back to pre-COVID levels with civil cases, family law cases are still lagging behind. The nationwide trend is taking shape, but so much more needs to be accomplished. Law firms are now utilizing many different tools to complete tasks that were available previously but not considered ideal. Conducting legal proceedings via video...
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At eCourt Reporters we listen to our users! Whether you’re a service provider or a scheduler, we continually move forward with our award-winning technology for a better user experience! eCourt Reporters’ marketplace enables law firms, government entities, and court reporting agencies to search, select, and schedule court reporters and legal videographers directly for legal proceedings...
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With remote deposition services in high demand, eCourt Reporters is your only source to search, select, and schedule vetted, certified court reporters and legal videographers direct in less than five minutes! Choose the best-suited service provider with upfront pricing, listing of certifications, 5-star ratings, years of experience, and on-demand availability. eCourt Reporters  
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Tabak Law is doing great things for our veterans. Jim Brzezinski shares what has become his life’s work in helping veterans on WTMJ620 with John Mercure. Transcription provided by eCourt Reporters, Inc. The Sunday Sip JOHN MERCURE:  Welcome to the Sunday Sip, I’m John Mercure joined by my friend Jim Brzezinski, partner at Tabak Law,...
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As lawyers get back to pre-COVID levels with civil cases, family law cases are still lagging behind. The nationwide trend is taking shape, but so much more needs to be accomplished. Law firms are now utilizing many different tools to complete tasks that were available previously but not considered ideal. Conducting legal proceedings via video...
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Making business decisions doesn’t always happen in the office, especially now! President Karen Renee and Vice President Judy Gerulat of eCourt Reporters make some of their best business implementation on a Harley-Davidson ride. COVID-19 means changes in every business, this includes the legal industry. BizTimes featured eCourt Reporters’ founders regarding the importance of pivots made...
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John Mercure with WTMJ 620 interviewed Lauren Zwirlein from Tabak Law regarding social security disability benefits and COVID-19. Transcription provided by eCourt Reporters. JOHN MERCURE:  I’m John Mercure, welcome to the Sunday Sip.  We’re joined by our friend Lauren Zwirlein, attorney at Tabak Law.  Thank you so much for being with us, Lauren.  LAUREN ZWIRLEIN: ...
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Assure your clients that you are using every tool possible to ensure professional legal services at the best price. eCourt Reporters is a free service for law firms to be as thorough in selecting the best-suited court reporter as clients are in selecting best-suited legal representation. Now, more than ever, clients that are involved in...
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As remote legal proceedings have grown, some civil court cases have come to a grinding halt. Cook County, Illinois is struggling to keep the civil hearing process moving along. The backlog is growing in the courthouses and frustration is setting in. Court reporters are offering their individual video conference accounts to provide a means for...
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How has your law firm been affected by the COVID-19 epidemic? COVID-19 has changed the way many are doing business with everything from remote services involving video connections to no-touch delivery services. Law firms are adjusting as well with only 17.6% scheduling in-office depositions while 82.4% are not scheduling any in-office depositions. Are you scheduling...
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MADISON, Wis. – Finalists representing diverse tech-based sectors in Wisconsin’s early stage economy have recorded their presentations for online viewing as part of the 17th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest. The four-month-long contest culminates during the Wisconsin Entrepreneurs’ Conference. To register for the full conference, which features speakers, panels, chat rooms and virtual “booths”...
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Host and founder of Just the Bulb, Caleb Dykema, uses his experience with multiple startups to provide the guidance and resources listeners need to turn their “bulb into business”! The podcast also features entrepreneur and business owner guests who started with “just the bulb” to share their insights and advice. Recently, Caleb interviewed eCourt Reporters‘...
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Creating the important relationship between court reporters and lawyers is one of the biggest tasks eCourt Reporters strives to accomplish. Legal technology is a wonderful thing, and when it improves lives, the results are extremely rewarding. Want to learn more about direct-connect technology? eCourt Reporters is open for business with remote services! Law firms need to be mindful of the costs associated...
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Another great partnership is formed! As eCourt Reporters continues to grow in the legal industry, the partnership with Casetext takes another step in the right direction for great benefits to law firms. Over 4,500 law firms trust Casetext for their legal research.  With the recent partnership, eCourt Reporters provides the law firms direct access to certified, vetted...
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eCourt Reporters will be providing tips to help court reporters and law firms transition to the current need for remote court reporting services. (Access to Tech Tip I and Tech Tip II)  Checklist for conducting video conference. Host checklist Check audio and video speeds/stability. (Use, for example, speedcheck.org)Position camera at eye level.To avoid feedback, be sure...
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eCourt Reporters will be providing tips to help court reporters and law firms transition to the current need for remote court reporting services. (Click here if you missed Tech Tip I) You’ve chosen a video conference software, what’s next? Do multiple pretests with friends and family. Host checklist. Include an email to a personal email address...
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eCourt Reporters will be providing tips to help court reporters and law firms transition to the current need for remote court reporting services. Let’s start with the basics. What equipment is needed? Computer/mobile device with a webcam or remote camera for visual feed.Speaker phone (optional). In some areas, depending on Internet speed, your video feed...
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REMOTE DEPOSITION SERVICES NEEDED! eCourt Reporters is experiencing a large volume of searches in multiple locations for remote court reporting services due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Current court reporters: Sign in to your account and verify that your profile listing includes remote support services. Don’t have a profile listing? Click here and complete an application (free). Law firms, government entities, court reporting firms: Click...
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The gold standard of stenographers remains the pinnacle in the court reporting industry. eCourt Reporters provides an exceptional service for lawyers to be as thorough in their selection of court reporters as clients are thorough in selecting legal representation.  Current service providers on eCourt Reporters’ platform are doing an outstanding job of fulfilling the gold standard service to...
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