Discuss Important Legislation and Research: Verbit’s Court Reporting Virtual Summit

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As new tools and innovations offer improved transcription accuracy and court reporting efficiency, the rules and legislation impacting the field are changing.

Next week, on July 13th, Verbit will host its annual Court Reporting Virtual Summit to explore the legislation, technology and research currently affecting industry professionals. Speakers from PwC, STTI, TheRecordXchange and others will join four sessions to address the shifting legal landscape as the industry adapts to the rise in remote and virtual proceedings. Attendees will also review pivotal research from Strategy& of PwC and explore an insider’s perspective on digital court reporting today.

Embracing the New Legislative Landscape

Executive Director of the Speech to Text Institute (STTI), Jim Cudahy, has his pulse on the nation’s legal adaptations to speech-to-text tools. Cudahy will speak on behalf of STTI, a non-profit devoted to protecting “standards of competence, professionalism, and service” in the court reporting industry across all forms of technology.

Cudahy will be joined by fellow STTI member and TheRecordXchange President and CEO, Steve Townsend. Together, they’ll tackle live questions about the rapid industry changes that COVID-19 caused and the accelerated adoption of technology by states across the country. The heavy reliance on technology during the pandemic could permanently impact how professionals who preserve the written word perform their jobs. Participants will explore how policies may continue to facilitate the use of technology that the legal community relied upon in a time of crisis.

The Changing State of Court Reporting Agencies

Noa Hen of PwC’s Strategy& will present important industry research on today’s court reporting agencies and opportunities. Attendees will be privy to the eye-opening statistics her team uncovered.

Then, Louanne Rawls, a veteran digital court reporter, will offer insider insight into using technology to flourish as a professional. Learning from Hen’s data and Rawl’s experiences will help professionals plan ahead and build businesses that will meet the needs of today’s legal community.

Attend Live on July 13th

Verbit will assemble these industry experts to facilitate a true dialogue on the topics that are influencing court reporting today. This live virtual event format will allow all involved in the industry to ask their pressing questions and connect with other professionals facing similar obstacles, challenges and opportunities.

Verbit’s experts will conclude the event with a demonstration of our legal transcription software. Participants can learn how to benefit from incorporating our advanced technology into their court reporting practices.

Save your spot today to take part in Verbit’s interactive Court Reporting Virtual Summit. Limited space remains.