Sorry, I'm going to have to rant about my pet peeve. If you are part of a reporting TEAM working a multi-day job, why do other members of the TEAM not communicate with the next person coming on, at least a note about what attorney is present or maybe a topic area? Let alone a few spellings? I have encountered this too many times to count and it aggravates me no end. When I start off a multi-day job, I leave a seating chart, appearances, spellings and instruction from attorneys about how they want things. Or I call or email the next reporter. It really doesn't take much time and it makes us look more professional and on top of things. Are reporters just typically not team players? I mean, even if you don't personally know the next reporter, why can't you just help them out and make their day a little bit easier?
There, I'm done.