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NNRC Creates New Directory of Court Reporting Companies in Ohio

Attorneys in search of Ohio court reporters just landed a new online resource to make their lives easier with the publication of the new Ohio court reporters directory by the National Network Reporting Company. The NNRC is the nation’s largest online directory of court reporters featuring member firms from across North America and Europe.

The Ohio directory features firms from Cleveland, Dayton, Columbus, Akron, Cincinnatti and cities in between. It includes an index of direct links to members in Ohio, organized by city, an online booking engine to schedule a service via email, information on the litigation support, videography and other services provided by member firms, and many other features, each of which is mobile-friendly so paralegals and lawyers on the go can book services from their smartphones or tablets.

Ohio’s legal community is one of the more respected and intimate in the United States thanks to the state’s combination of traditional business ethics coupled with its ethos that prioritizes new technologies as varied as digital live streaming and ultra-high speed wifi.

For NNRC, the Ohio directory of court reporting firms is part of the organization’s expansion as one of the largest legal associations of its kind anywhere in the world. The NNRC website is both a directory of its member reporters, whose coverage is both national and global, as well as an online resource offering information on legal news, the latest cases impacting attorneys in all areas of practice, and insight into new technologies within the court reporting industry.

With today’s high pressure environment and hyper-speed work flow, attorneys and law firms in Atlanta or Seattle are often in need of last-minute help with depositions or meetings in Cleveland or Columbus. By booking a service directly through the NNRC booking engine, last-minute needs are fulfilled on time.

Whether your team is searching for court reporters in Cleveland or legal videographers in Columbus, the Ohio court reporters directory is the resource of choice for legal professionals in the Buckeye state and beyond.

For more information visit the official NNRC home page at nnrc.com,  the official NNRC Facebook page or stop by the NNRC national headquarters at 950 Glenn Drive, Suite 150 in Folsom, California 95630. You can also reach NNRC by phone at 866.337.6672.

How a Cleveland Court Reporting Firm is Transforming Their Industry

Court reporting is one of those niche industries in the legal profession not many people think about until they need one. For attorneys court reporters are an indispensable part of building a successful case, regardless of the area of practice.

Because court reporting is part of a legal industry that prioritizes the formal and conservative over the risk-taking and the forward-thinking when it comes to many business practices it is common to find the reporting industry far behind many others when it comes to technological advancements and usage.

Cady Reporting are Cleveland court reporters who reject that slow and steady trope when it comes to their ability to maximize technology for their success. The word “technology” can mean many things to many people, from a new smartphone to a new medication. For court reporting, technologies as varied as high speed wi fi and mobile-ready websites play an integral part in a company’s success.

Cady Reporting is a firm that has blended their technological savvy with traditional values to carve out a special dominant position within the Cleveland, Ohio local marketplace. Since they are also a member of the National Network Reporting Company (NNRC) court reporters directory, Cady Reporting maintains a national presence. This ability to work locally and nationally with attorneys and law firms makes Cady’s mobile booking engine and online repositories two of the most prominent technical advancements in the company’s repertoire.

Cady Reporting President Chuck Cady

President Chuck Cady elaborates:

“We work hard to stay at the digital and technological forefront, whether that means thinking outside the box on Facebook or maintaining a dazzling website where attorneys and professionals can book services from their smartphones 24/7.”

This emphasis on adaptability and mobility has been a big factor in the company’s success. Since most court reporting firms are small operations, usually between 3 and 10 employees, their resources are limited and often they fail to maintain even the basics of a professional business presence. Just look at some of their websites, for example!

For Cady Reporting, the ability to maintain very personal ties and provide personalized service to each client with the latest technologies in videography, conference rooms and reporting equipment makes for a dominant position within the industry and serves as a textbook success story for all in the legal professions.