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I'm a fairly new reporter, almost a year, living in Southern California. I have been contemplating buying cables for real time so that attorneys can hook up. However, as I ask around, veteran reporters and agencies, I am noticing that real time is rarely requested in depos. I can understand in court since you are connected with the judge. So my question is, is it worth my investment to purchase the cables?
Has anyone had any experience with Suzanne Catalano from New York, who is not paying me. Thank you.
What does everyone do when traveling to locations out of the judicial district/city/county you live in about city and county business licenses? If you work out of your home and the business you do out of your home generates no traffic whatsoever, and you don't inventory salable products, since it is a professional service, and you have no place to publicly display (required) the license, why do we have to have it? The state has taken over the issuing of city and county business licenses…Continue
Corpolongo & Associates is looking for someone to caption on Wed, April 9. If interested please contact us at email@example.com or 360-671-6298
I need a reporter for a Spokane-area job. It's a Growth Management Hearings Board hearing scheduled for 10 to 3. It may go shorter, usually not longer. We pay the reporter $60/hour. Sometimes they order; sometimes they don't. Send me an e-mail if you're interested or phone me. firstname.lastname@example.org 425.432.1399.
Looking to cover an all day Depo tomorrow in Allentown PA.
Please email Rob@a-acourtreporting.com