The New Trend in Realtime Court Reporting

Slater, Tracy
September 2007
J@pan Inc.;Sept/Oct2007, Issue 73, p35
The article focuses on the use of realtime court reporters during attorney-client meetings to reduce associates' administrative workload. The American Realtime Court Reporters (ARCR) became the first agency to bring court reporters in the U.S. to live in Japan and cover depositions and arbitrations throughout the Asia-Pacific region. It cites the benefits of realtime transcription to a law firm, such as simplifying communication with colleagues or experts who cannot attend because transcripts can be e-mailed in entirely searchable electronic format.


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