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Spring Cleaning Your Work Life

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Spring is finally here! The temperatures are rising, the birds are chirping, and you most likely are in the process of spring-cleaning your home. While spring-cleaning may be a dreaded task for many, it is such a refreshing feeling once you have decluttered your home. But why stop there? At Evans Reporting, we think… Read More »

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Tips to Defeating Distractions in the Courtroom

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A frustrated attorney that is yelling, a sick juror who won’t stop coughing, members of the audience that don’t know how to whisper quietly—these are just a few of the multitude of distractions that are present in a courtroom. As a court reporter that is responsible for taking accurate record of every word spoken… Read More »


Evans Reporting Service Partners with Pohlman Reporting Company LLC

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Evans Reporting Service, a premier provider of court reporting and related services in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States reports its partnership with Pohlman Reporting Company LLC (Pohlman), a preeminent national court reporting agency with international reach providing a suite of technology-driven litigation. With its headquarters in Baltimore, Maryland, Evans Reporting Service expands… Read More »

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Creating a Clear Record in Your Deposition Transcript

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Depositions aren’t just another type of interview. Conducting a successful deposition requires certain unique skills that an attorney should keep front of mind throughout the process, all contributing to the clarity and usefulness of the deposition transcript you create. Below, find a list of tips on how to help create a clear deposition transcript,… Read More »

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What You Should Know about Working with an Interpreter

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Using an interpreter to conduct a deposition for the first time can introduce new challenges to the deposition process. With a little planning and good communication, depositions that rely on an interpreter can still be productive. Read on to learn about ways to conduct a successful deposition using an interpreter. Discuss your expectations with… Read More »

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Getting the Client Ready for a Deposition

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Unless your client is a highly-experienced party to litigation, a deposition can be an intimidating experience. When deponents become nervous in a deposition, they might panic and say things that aren’t true, or provide answers to questions that were never asked. Make sure your clients understand the process, know what to expect, and feel… Read More »

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Take a Great Deposition by Following These 3 Rules

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Taking a deposition can feel intimidating, especially if you don’t have a great deal of experience. Deposition testimony can be extremely useful in settlement negotiations, so it’s important to ensure you enter the room well-prepared. Aside from spending time with discovery materials and ensuring that you know the existing evidence of the case inside… Read More »

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Video Depositions Bring Advantages and Disadvantages

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    Whether you’re deposing a witness or your client is being deposed, video depositions can hold both pros and cons for parties on both sides of a case. If you’re deciding whether you want to obtain video of your upcoming deposition, consider the following points when making your decision:     Videos help… Read More »

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