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Our team of experienced scopists have extensive experience in the legal arena such as expert witnesses and patent infringements etc. They can handle heavy technical work and will always research any and all unfamiliar names and terms. Court reporting service we offer is done through experienced , fast , reliable and certified/licensed professionals specializing in medical malpractice; patent law; construction defect liability; product liability; conventions; administrative hearings; seminars; conferences; meetings; arbitrations etc

Court Reporting Service

Building a case is often about finding links... connecting facts and statements to prove a point or disprove it. To do that, you must depend on the record. In today's fast-paced world, you need a record that is not just timely, accurate and complete, but also searchable, accessible online, available in realtime reporting, and able to capture and convey not just every word, but every nuance. Information management technologies have transformed testimony into living documents, and imaging technologies have added new clarity and authority to all kinds of legal proceedings.

iSouerce India is premier court reporting firm, is the preferred provider of court reporting services for depositions, hearings, arbitrations, meetings, and other events that need to be documented or recorded. Law firms and corporations around the country know they can count on us. We are committed to provide quality, productivity, and customer satisfaction anywhere. Our clients have come to understand that as a leader, iSouerce India utilizes the latest technologies to produce timely and accurate transcripts, while maintaining the integrity of the testimony.

Services in our standard deposition package include :

Videographer on-site one hour in advance of scheduled start time.
One set of high-quality S-VHS master tapes of the proceedings, recorded on-site, to be placed in the archive for safekeeping and for dubbing copies as needed.
One set of VHS originals,usually recorded on-site, to serve as the Law Firm's master tapes.
Individual microphones for the deponent, examining attorney and opposing counsel to ensure the highest quality sound reproduction. (Additional microphones as needed for large depositions.)
One complimentary set of audio tapes, recorded on-site and handed to the court reporter at the conclusion of the deposition.
Additional lighting in situations where normal room lighting is insufficient.
Backdrops provided in situations where the normal room background fails to meet the Code of Civil Procedure requirement for backgrounds.
Notarized affidavit by videographer, certifying that all tapes are a true and accurate record of the deposition (as required).
Discounted rates for depositions of long duration (over a period of consecutive days) or for quantity over a period of time.

Real Time Reporting

Realtime Reporting is the ability of the court reporter to use a computer-assisted stenograph machine which allows the testimony of the witness to appear on a computer monitor in plain English text within a matter of seconds from the time the words are spoken. This is accomplished by the matching of the reporter's stenographic keystrokes with the same stroking already stored in the reporter's computer dictionary and associated with a specific English word. If a match occurs, the English word appears on the monitor. If a match does not occur, an "untranslate" appears on the screen in the form of either a phonetic spelling of the word or the court reporter's steno-graphic keystrokes which, of course, are unreadable to the untrained eye but which can later be corrected by the court reporter. Ordinarily untranslates occur when new words are presented to the court reporter which are not already in her computer dictionary. Court reporters who write realtime are highly-skilled members of their profession in that they are required to differentiate or discriminate among all homonyms such as to, two, too, II and 2 so that they will translate into their appropriate forms. Reporters lessen the occurrence of untranslates by obtaining from counsel in advance a list of the names of witnesses, geographic locations and new technical terms which are expected to be used in the testimony so that these new words can be entered into the reporter's dictionary.

The English text can then be sent via cable to the attorney's computer where it is "captured" by the attorney's realtime software.

 
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