October 2013 Blog Posts (3)

Scopsit -- rats! Scopist...

Let me start by saying I'm not perfect.  I am human, after all. 

I recently posted an ad elsewhere for a reporter whom I'm working with.  She is super busy, but she just can't find a scopist that's worth their salt.  I feel terrible that she's in this predicament but I can't help her because we're on different software.  I do, however, proof her jobs.  Being a proofreader can be enlightening as far as what some who hang their shingle as scopist feel is good work.  And it's…

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Added by Laurie H. on October 22, 2013 at 12:49 — 8 Comments

ADDRESSING DISCOVERY REFEREE AT HEARING

I recently did a hearing/conference in an office suite where a discovery ref was present.  He is a retired judge, but was acting as a discovery ref.  What title do I use when setting him up as one of the speakers?  There were 2 defense attorneys present and 1 plaintiff attorney present. 

Thanks for your advice!

Added by Johanna Ledesma on October 8, 2013 at 17:19 — 3 Comments

Discouraged as well

I read the blog from Crystal about being discouraged in finding work.  I understand completely.  I am entering deposition setting after working as official reporter for the last seven years.  I have been "out of circulation" and am willing to report last-minute, emergency, and regular-scheduled depositions. I have contacted about nine agencies, have not heard word one the last month.  I am pretty desperate.  Any good words of advice, anyone?

Added by Ida Appleby on October 3, 2013 at 11:13 — 9 Comments

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