According to the Norton Rose Fulbright annual litigation trends survey released in January, a large number of corporate counsel respondents to the survey anticipate that their clients will face more lawsuits over various regulatory and legal issues in 2023. Lawyers in big cities and for large corporations may turn to outside court reporting firms to help them prepare for trials, depositions and other legal proceedings. In metropolitan areas such as Los Angeles, New York City, Chicago and Houston, law firms often partner with court reporters for many of the support services essential to winning a case. A lawyer or law firm might seek out litigation support in Houston for help with remote depositions across the city, legal videography services, transcription services and numerous other services.

In fact, many court reporting companies tout their ability to lighten lawyers’ workloads while simultaneously helping them succeed. Attorneys seeking out court reporting in Texas need not look very hard or far to locate dozens of companies across the Lone Star State that claim to perform great work. However, to find truly good companies, lawyers and attorneys may have to do a little research. Legal professionals may want to read reviews about court reporters before hiring a company to assist them on an important case. Generally, the best companies in the industry will have very good reviews and ratings from past clients.

Court reporting firms across the nation can position themselves to benefit from the expected increase in litigation by marketing their services on the web to lawyers and attorneys who specialize in litigation. These firms can publish posts and articles online about their support services, and the ways that they help law firms and lawyers win cases and lawsuits.  These companies can issue press releases about the latest news and developments within the industry, and how they respond to trends and developments.