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Posts Tagged ‘court reporting

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07
Nov

If time is money, then spending some of it on personal growth is an investment we can all afford to make. But, by and large, we tend to put them off until tomorrow, or next week, and focus on seemingly more urgent matters. We are all busy today; tomorrow looks less so. Unfortunately, tomorrow never […]

10
Oct

Time is money. The ultimate inspiration is the deadline. I don’t need time; I need a deadline. And, our personal favorite, WARNING: Deadlines are much closer than they appear.   Yes, we’ve collected a cache of deadline-oriented inspiration over the years, as it’s one of DLE Reporting’s paramount strengths: crushing deadlines. Our clients rely on […]

22
Aug

Court reporting can be a real pain in the neck. Literally. We all know that prolonged sitting is bad for our bodies. From organ damage and muscle degeneration to foggy brains and a higher mortality risk, the news is not hopeful. Hence, the rise of standing desks, sitting on an exercise ball, and performing random […]

01
Aug

We’ve all heard the saying that a picture is worth a thousand words, but those of us who work in the legal profession know that a video is worth a million. Video is an incredibly powerful medium during litigation because taped testimonies provide a more complete record than just a standard transcript. And, since most […]

18
Jul

From the first day we opened DLE Court Reporting, we’ve consistently asked ourselves one question: How can we make our clients’ lives easier? This ever-evolving quest to become the most trusted simple turnkey source to support our clients’ litigation lives has resulted in a comprehensive menu of legal assistance services, from start to finish.   […]

11
Jul

The Four – No, Five! – Ps to Remember It’s ten minutes before proceedings begin, and your court reporter is nowhere to be found. Exactly eight minutes later, he finally arrives in a frazzled, unorganized flurry of motion, apologizing profusely and blaming his lateness on both traffic and the parking situation at the courthouse. There’s […]

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